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Gas main rupture in Gorham
Date: 4/25/2014 Album ID: 1792420
Photos by Gordon Chibroski
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GORHAM, ME - APRIL 24: Maine Natural Gas employees discuss the accident with construction workers as others go door to door evacuating residents and checking empty houses for gas levels after a gas main break caused by this excavator happened at Hawkes Farm development on Tinker Drive in Gorham. Heavy winds helped alleviate the danger, according to Gorham Fire Chief, Robert Lefebvre. (Photo by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer)
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GORHAM, ME - APRIL 24: Gorham firefighters open the windows to this unoccupied home as Gorham Fire Chief Robert Lefebvre talks with a Maine Natural Gas representative after an excavator being used to build new housing foundations ruptured a gas line main at Hawkes Farm development on Tinker Drive in Gorham. (Photo by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer)
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GORHAM, ME - APRIL 24: With help from Gorham firefighters Jason Baker, left, and Terry Deering, Maine Natural Gas Technician Ron Dube checks for gas levels in the basement of this unoccupied home after a gas main was ruptured by an excavator at Hawkes Farm development on Tinker Drive in Gorham. (Photo by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer)
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GORHAM, ME - APRIL 24: Gorham firefighters enter this unoccupied home through the window to check for gas after an excavator ruptured a gas main at Hawkes Farm development on Tinker Drive in Gorham. (Photo by Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer)
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