Saturday, February 1, 2014

Video - January Fire at a Natural Gas Pipeline in Manitoba

A TransCanada natural gas pipeline exploded on January, 25, 2014 outside Otterburne Manitoba, Canada. The fire burned for more than 12 ours and the flames soared nearly 300 meters into the sky.

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