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  1. #1 Multiple Explosions, Fires Near Boston, Up To 100 Homes Burning 
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    Essex County, Massachusetts — (Scroll Down For Live Video) — First responders were overwhelmed as apparent gas explosions were ripping through homes in three Massachusetts towns Thursday.

    Massive home explosions and fires were reported in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover–between 60 and 100 structures
    were burning. Police were also receiving dozens of calls reporting the odor of gas.

    Officials in North Andover have officially ordered an evacuation for the entire town.

    Merrimack College ordered students, faculty and staff to evacuate buildings on campus “immediately” out of an abundance of caution.

    Officials believe the cause could be an over pressurization of a gas line which caused ruptures in multiple homes leading to leaks, explosions, and fires.

    “Residents in the affected towns of Lawrence/North Andover/Andover who have gas service from Columbia Gas should evacuate their homes immediately,” police said. “Gas lines are currently being depressurized by the company it will take some time.” Adding, it’s “far too early to speculate on cause.”

    The FBI in Boston said they will investigate out of an abundance of caution but said “there are no indications this incident is related to terrorism.”
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    Holy shit!! That is terrible!

    And clearly Trump's fault!!!
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    Sounds like a faulty pressurization-terminal. They installed it in an already pressurized pipeline without running a diagnostic test to see if the readouts would climb from 'zero' to 'full' again, after artificially dropping it to 'zero'. It stuck there as they inadvertently overfilled the system.
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    Home owners insurance in that area just went up ex potentially
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Old White Man View Post
    Home owners insurance in that area just went up ex potentially
    That will be offset by the lawsuits.
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