June 2015
Underground Focus: The Magazine of Below-Ground Damage Preventio;2015, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p34
A list is presented of gas pipeline accidents caused at various places, which includes fire at Morristown, New Jersey on July 14, 2015; explosion in Lanzhou, China on July 20, 2015; and gas pipe ruptured in Farmington, Minnesota on August 24, 2015.


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