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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Gas Pipeline Blast In Kentucky Burns Houses, Leaves Huge Crater

Gas Pipeline Blast In Kentucky Burns Houses, Leaves Huge Crater
By Alexander Smith
NBC News
A gas pipeline explosion in Kentucky shook the ground and catapulted rocks high into the air early Thursday, officials said.

The blast and ensuing fire in Adair County destroyed three houses, two barns and several cars, Kentucky Emergency Management director Greg Thomas said.

One person suffered burns and was taken to hospital. Read more...

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Posted this even though it was two states away??.....can't deny that didn't have an agenda?! Lol

Anonymous said...

only the most warped mind would see reality as an "agenda"

you see hidden political enemies everywhere, don't you?

Anonymous said...

Just wait until they start connecting all these wells here in Potter-McKean-Tioga counties. Look around you, see any wells near by? Are you in the "line of fire" for a pipe line?

Anonymous said...

Imagine if Corbett gets his way & they frack up our public lands. Pennsylvania will be having strong frack quakes along with the toxic air, water & soil. We're already living in a cancer cluster & completely surrounded by nuclear power plants. They're near passing the Keystone XL. WE here in PA will suffer if the TTP & Keystone Pipeline, pass. FIGHT PEOPLE! Our environment and our childrens futures are at stake because of the greed of a few, unethical corporations. FIGHT this good fight.

Anonymous said...

You residents might want to take note of how many natural gas disasters are happening in the last 2-3 months, ALL across the country. It could just happen here, not one or 2 states away, or even get closer than the pipeline explosion south of Pittsburgh earlier in the week. Accidents happen, so does sabotaging facilities and pipelines; I for one don't want it to happen in my neighborhood.

Anonymous said...

The "agenda' I was speaking of was the agenda to spur. Debate and controversy on this blog. My bisiness has benefited from the gas work but I will be the first to say I wish it wasn't here. .......had nothing to do with political enemies my friend. Relax :) stop being defensive.