At least thirteen people were injured and one killed in Massachusetts Thursday night after a "suspected gas explosions" ripped through several communities outside of Boston. Some 100 homes in these communities have been set ablaze by what is now being called a gas pressurization explosion.
All these houses are serviced by Columbia Gas of Massachusetts.
Estimates are that 100 homes in the Merrimack Valley caught fire in the towns of Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover Gov. Charlie Baker's office said the governor is "actively monitoring the situations in the Merrimack Valley and is communicating with first responders and public safety officials."
This story is ongoing.
Read more over at the Daily Mail.