Gas Explosion

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Gas Main Rupture At Chestnut Hill Apartment Leaves Residents Out In Cold

PGW officials say a break in a six inch cast iron gas main caused a leak leading to an explosion inside a two-story apartment house at 7912 Ardleigh Street in Chestnut Hill around 1:30 this morning.


Jim McManimon, Ewing Township resident. Children perform on stage in background. (credit: Hadas Kuznits)

Fundraiser Helps Dozens Of Families Impacted By Ewing Township Gas Explosion

Ewing Township community members put on a children’s performance Saturday afternoon in an effort to raise funds for those whose lives have been turned upside down by a gas line explosion in early March.


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3 Injured During Gas Explosion, Fire In South Philadelphia

It happened shortly after 7 p.m. in the basement of a home on the 1800 block of South Bancroft Street.


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Home Demolished In Gloucester County Explosion

The explosion happened at about 1:15 p.m. in the 200 block of Chestnut Street in Westville, New Jersey.



Homes Damaged In Lehigh County Gas Explosion

Several homes were damaged and evacuations were ordered after a gas explosion in Lehigh County Thursday morning.



4 Injured In Gas Explosion In Allentown

Two people were injured after a gas explosion in Allentown Thursday afternoon, officials said.


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Gas Explosion Leaves 8 Pennsauken Firefighters Injured

Eight firefighters were injured while battling a blaze in Camden County, New Jersey Monday morning.



Tribute Held For PGW Worker Killed In Gas Explosion

Family and friends of Mark Keeley, a young PGW worker killed in a natural gas explosion, spoke to Eyewitness News about their loved one and their special tribute to him—a tribute that exuded positive energy for family and friends in the face of tragedy.


(Photo of the aftermath of the deadly gas explosion in Allentown earlier this year. The surcharge would pay for aging infrastructure. Credit: Oren Liberman, CBS 3)

$185K Donated For Allentown Gas Blast Relief

Charitable officials says more than $185,000 has been donated to the 35 families affected by the massive gas explosion and fire that killed five people in the Pennsylvania city of Allentown in February.