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Explosion Causes Two Buildings To Collapse In Manhattan's East Harlem Neighborhood
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NTSB Finds Leak in Gas Main at Harlem Blast Site

Federal investigators say a gas main leak has been discovered near the site of last week's deadly New York City building explosion but it has not been identified as the cause of the blast.

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Explosion Causes Two Buildings To Collapse In Manhattan's East Harlem Neighborhood
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8 Victims of NY Blast Died of Smoke, Burns, Trauma

Eight people killed in a suspected gas explosion that leveled two Manhattan apartment buildings died of either blunt trauma or smoke inhalation and burns, officials said Monday.

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Firefighters remove debris from the smoking site of an explosion in East Harlem (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
Firefighters remove debris from the smoking site of an explosion in East Harlem (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
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Rescuers Continue Searching Rubble from Harlem Blast

Using sound devices to probe for voices and telescopic cameras to peer into small spaces, workers searching a pile of rubble from a gas explosion in New York City continued to treat it as a rescue operation, holding onto the possibility of finding survivors from a blast that brought down two apartment buildings and killed at least eight people.

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Workers search through debris in the smoking site of an explosion in East Harlem
Workers search through debris in the smoking site of an explosion in East Harlem (Marcus Santos-Pool/Getty Images)
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Searchers Scour Rubble After Harlem Explosion Kills 8

Rescue workers using dogs and thermal-detection gear searched the rubble Thursday for victims of a gas explosion that killed at least seven people, while investigators tried to pinpoint the leak and determine whether it had anything to do with New York's aging gas and water mains, some dating to the 19th centu

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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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Smoke rises from a five-alarm fire and building collapse in Harlem (Justin Heiman/Getty Images)
Smoke rises from a five-alarm fire and building collapse in Harlem (Justin Heiman/Getty Images)
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2 Apartment Buildings Explode, Collapse in Harlem Killing 3


A thunderous explosion apparently caused by a gas leak flattened two East Harlem apartment buildings Wednesday, killing at least three people, injuring more than 64 and leaving more than a dozen others missing.

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