Estill County resident H.D. Conrad, center, who said that "as the crow flies, I live about 11/2 miles away" from the scene of Monday night's gas pipeline explosion, talked to technicians from Columbia Gulf Transmission on Tuesday as residual gas in the line was allowed to burn off.
Estill County resident H.D. Conrad, center, who said that "as the crow flies, I live about 11/2 miles away" from the scene of Monday night's gas pipeline explosion, talked to technicians from Columbia Gulf Transmission on Tuesday as residual gas in the line was allowed to burn off. Herald-Leader
Estill County resident H.D. Conrad, center, who said that "as the crow flies, I live about 11/2 miles away" from the scene of Monday night's gas pipeline explosion, talked to technicians from Columbia Gulf Transmission on Tuesday as residual gas in the line was allowed to burn off. Herald-Leader

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