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.
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.
New Jersey's largest utility company believes customers will pay less for electricity and natural gas even if the company gets permission to spend $4 billion to upgrade its system over the next decade.
Since Superstorm Sandy devastated New Jersey and knocked out power to millions of homes and businesses, the state's utilities have been faced with tough questions about what they can do to protect customers in the face of future weather disasters. One utility has responded with a comprehensive and pricey plan.
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