From: "Robert Green" <robert_green1...@yah00.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:27:02 -0500
Local: Wed, Nov 14 2012 8:27 am
Subject: Re: Huge explosion in Indianapolis destroys 2 homes, damages dozens more
"Kurt Ullman" <kurtull...@yahoo.com> wrote in messagenews:AMKdnQckqb57GT7NnZ2dnUVZ_okAAAAA@earthlink.com...
> In article <k7v8ct$6d...@dont-email.me>,Are you saying that they didn't shut down the gas lines feeding into the
> "Robert Green" <robert_green1...@yah00.com> wrote:
> > "DerbyDad03" <teamarr...@eznet.net> wrote in message
> > <stuff snipped>
> > <When read that way, you can see why it doesn't make any sense. Once
> > Excellent point. With the gas turned off to the entire area, finding an
> Not really. At that point the gas company was looking for leaks in
area surrounding the blast? That's pretty standard stuff and without gas
flowing through the gas pipes in the neighborhood I don't see how they could
have said there were no gas leaks. You can only locate leaks when the whole
system is pressurized. I think Derby's right when he implies that the
statement was way too early in the investigation to be credible.
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