Allentown, Pa. Building Explosion

Friday, February 11, 2011

A natural gas explosion in eastern Pennsylvania leveled houses, spawned fires that burned for more than seven hours and prompted a massive evacuation. About 750 people were cleared from buildings after the explosion, which happened near the intersection of 13th and Allen Streets in Allentown, Pa., early Thursday morning Feb.10, 2011. At least six people were unaccounted for Thursday.


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