Expert Comments On Boston Home Explosion

BOSTON (CBS) – No one was home, and no one was injured when a construction crew accidentally broke a gas main in Hyde Park on Wednesday, leading to an explosion that leveled a home.

Read: Hyde Park Home Explosion

NStar says the contractor for the Boston Water and Sewer Commission was installing a water main at the intersection of Reynold and Danny Roads when they hit the gas line.

Gas was released into an adjacent home, which was completely flattened by the blast.

¬† WBZ’s Ed Walsh speaks with Engineer Carl Traina, President of Albert J. Tonry Bonding and Insurance.

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