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Workers rupture Floresville gas line


Workers rupture Floresville gas line


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Wilson County News
July 18, 2013, 2:14pm
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Members of the Floresville Volunteer Fire Department converse with workers who ruptured a natural gas line near the peanut dryers on First Street in Floresville July 17. A Floresville public works employee, who was at the city’s maintenance yard next door, said the men were dismantling a shed and that they broke the line while removing a steel post. A crew from Centerpoint Energy responded to the scene to repair the line.
 

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