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BREAKING: Multiple Explosions ROCK Small Neighborhood… Here’s What We Know

Dean James III%  RIGHT WING TRIBUNE –

Massachusetts – Several “suspected gas explosions” tore through several communities outside of Boston leaving at least four people injured according to officials.

Fox News reports that preliminary numbers estimate that between 60 to 100 homes in the Merrimack Valley caught fire in the towns of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover, Methuen Police Chief Joseph Soloman said.

Only 4 injuries? That’s amazing.

“Updated plotting of confirmed fires and explosions by MSP Watch Center. 39 locations confirmed thus far. Number will grow. New responses ongoing. Reminder: all residents of Lawrence/Andover/N Andover who have Columbia Gas must evacuate, as should anyone else who smells gas.”

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State Police (MSP) confirmed on Twitter that at least 39 locations were affected by “fires and explosions,” but the number “will grow.”

Residents in the aforementioned towns that are serviced by Columbia Gas of Massachusetts “should evacuate their homes immediately if they have not already done so,” police advised. Gas service was shut down by the company to roughly 8,000 customers.

In the town of Andover, firefighters responded to 35 fires total — all of which have been extinguished. “At peak, 18 fires were burning at the same time,” city police said.

Local officials said at least one firefighter and two civilians were injured in the “gas-related fires.”

The North Andover Police Department advised residents with gas service in their homes or businesses to “please exit the building until further notice.”

Some residents are being evacuated from their homes to senior centers and middle schools as officials investigate the situation, police said. It was not immediately clear whether anyone sustained injuries.

Merrimack College, which is located in North Andover, advised that “in an over abundance of caution,” students and faculty needed to evacuate all buildings on campus, but later said all buildings were “safe for re-entry.”

Gov. Charlie Baker’s office said the governor is “actively monitoring the situations in the Merrimack Valley and is communicating with first responders and public safety officials.”

Lawrence Police Chief Roy Vasque told WFXT it appears as though the explosions were sparked by a gas issue, but MSP tweeted it’s too early to speculate what triggered the fires.

The Columbia Gas company announced earlier Thursday that it would be upgrading gas lines in neighborhoods across the state, including the area where the explosions happened. It was not clear whether work was happening there Thursday, and a spokeswoman did not immediately comment.

STAY SAFE OUT THERE GUYS!

WE WANT TO THANK ALL THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE DEDICATED THEIR LIVES TO KEEPING OUR COUNTRY SAFE.

GOD BLESS.

Dean James III%  RIGHT WING TRIBUNE 

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