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One of 10 homes damaged by Ewing explosion
One of 10 homes damaged by Ewing explosion (CBS Philly)
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Benefit to Help Ewing Explosion Victims [AUDIO]

It has been more than two weeks since a natural gas explosion in Ewing Township killed one woman, injured seven and leveled 22 townhomes in the South Fork neighborhood. More than 100 residents were impacted by the blast, including many who lost everything they owned.

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The Dangers of Gas Lines [AUDIO]

As officials in Ewing Township continue to investigate a gas line explosion that killed one woman, injured several people and leveled 22 townhouses last week, officials in New York have launched a probe into a gas explosion in East Harlem yesterday that destroyed two buildings and caused several serious injuries.

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Aerial view of firefighters at the scene of a Ewing home explosion
Aerial view of firefighters at the scene of a Ewing home explosion (CBS Philly)
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Police Release 911 Recordings of Fatal Ewing Explosion [AUDIO/VIDEO]

Ewing Police have released recordings of the 911 calls that were received following the explosion that leveled 20 homes, killing one woman and injuring seven utility workers last week, 6 ABC reported Monday evening.

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Town houses damaged by explosion in Ewing
Town houses damaged by explosion in Ewing (Brian McCarthy, OnScene News)
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Times of Trenton: Ewing Gas Leak Unreported

A local fire official says the gas leak that killed a Ewing woman and devastated a housing development last week was not called in to the fire department for more than an hour, the Times of Trenton reports.

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Townhouse damaged by explosion in Ewing
Townhouse damaged by explosion in Ewing (Brian McCarthy, OnScene News)
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What Caused the Fatal Explosion in Ewing? [AUDIO]

The investigation continues into the exact cause of that gas line explosion that leveled homes, killing one person and leaving seven workers injured in Ewing.

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One of 10 homes damaged by Ewing explosion
One of 10 homes damaged by Ewing explosion (CBS Philly)
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OSHA Had Cited Firm Working Near Ewing Blast

Police have identified the victim of a massive explosion in Ewing. Police said during an afternoon press conference Wednesday that the body of 62-year-old Linda Cerritelli was found on a car. Cerritelli was the owner of the home that was leveled by the explosion.

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Aerial view of firefighters at the scene of a Ewing home explosion
Aerial view of firefighters at the scene of a Ewing home explosion (CBS Philly)
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One Dead Following Home Explosion in Ewing

 

One person has died following an explosion at a housing complex in Ewing, authorities said. The blast, which sent smoke into the air that could be seen for miles, also injured seven utility workers.

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