Greg Thomas | Law Firm Newswire

Washington, D.C. (Law Firm Newswire) April 2, 2014 – A natural gas pipeline in southern Kentucky exploded on a February Thursday, injuring at least one person. The explosion occurred in Knifley, Kentucky, which is about 90 miles south of Louisville, in the early morning hours of February 13, 2014. The resulting fire was reportedly clearly visible from Columbia, some 12 miles away. One person suffered burns and was taken to a local hospital. Three houses, two barns and several cars were destroyed, according to Greg Thomas, Kentucky Emergency Management director. “Pipeline explosions are particularly worrisome disasters,” said Washington, D.C. personal […]

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