NTSB: No evidence of gas-line leak in Ind. home blast

NTSB: No evidence of gas-line leak in Ind. home blast

Indianapolis : IN : USA | Nov 13, 2012 at 2:13 PM PST
Source: USA Today
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While declining to offer a suspected cause of the massive explosion that rocked a southeast home Saturday, killing two people and damaging dozens of other houses, federal pipeline investigators said they haven't found any evidence of a gas-line leak that would have warranted them staying longer... FULL ARTICLE AT USA Today
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