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.
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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.