Gas company to pay $53M fine for explosions, fires

The U.S. attorney said Columbia Gas of Massachusetts would plead guilty to causing the blasts that damaged or destroyed dozens of homes.
0:14 | 02/27/20

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The gas company pleading guilty to federal charges in Massachusetts tonight Columbia gas of Massachusetts agreed to pay a 53 million dollar fine. And plead guilty for a series of gas loud explosions and Lawrence and 20181. Person was killed nearly two dozen hurt so many homes damaged.

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