Bend Fire Responds To Two Unrelated Gas Leaks Today

According to MyCentralOregon on July 20th: According to the City of Bend, The Bend Fire Department responded to two unrelated natural gas leaks today. The first was called in at 9:15 a.m., [...]

People In Bend Neigbhorhood Impacted By A Gas Leak Today

According to MyCentralOregon on July 16th: The Bend Fire Department says an underground drilling company replacing an old gas line accidentally hit a 2” gas line with their drill, causing a gas [...]


According to ABC7 on July 16th: An underground electrical fire which blew off manhole covers in downtown Long Beach left nearly 5,000 people without power in the area. The fire was reported [...]


According to ABC6 on July 9th: PECO crews are investigating an incident in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia that began underground and led to a power outage. Around 10:30 a.m. Thursday [...]

Pipeline ruptures; about 7 homes evacuated

According to Victoria Advocate on June 14th: One household remains under evacuation after a natural gas explosion near Cuero Sunday evening, authorities with the sheriff’s office said Monday. A 42-inch pipeline owned [...]

The maximum-security-prison escape by 2 murderers is ‘mind-boggling’ — ‘They’d need help’

According to Business Insider on June 9th: A prison break at a maximum-security facility in New York is baffling authorities who are now frantically searching for two murderers on the loose several [...]

Occupied police SUV swallowed by massive sinkhole in Colorado

According to MySA on June 5: A police SUV was swallowed by a 15-feet deep sinkhole Friday morning near Denver following torrential storms that hit the area. The Sheridan Police Department vehicle [...]

Digging, Earth Moving Are Biggest Causes Of Gas-Pipeline Breaches in California

According to The Fresno Bee: Digging without knowing where pipelines are buried is the top cause of gas pipeline damage in California over the last 20 years. There have been 58 serious [...]

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Fresno Blast: Workers Didn’t Look For Utilities Before Digging, Agency Says

According to the LA Times: A preliminary investigation by a state utility agency revealed Fresno County workers who hit a gas line, triggering an explosion that injured 14, had not checked for [...]

California Fines PG&E $1.6 Billion for Deadly Gas Explosion

According to The Wall Street Journal: A California regulator fined PG&E Corp. $1.6 billion for a deadly natural-gas explosion in a San Francisco suburb in 2010, marking the largest penalty ever levied against a [...]

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