Lexington fire investigators worked at the scene of an overnight house explosion at 457 Campbell Street in Lexington Monday.  Columbia Gas restored gas service to the house Dec. 12, but no gas had been consumed in the house as of Friday when a meter reader visited the house, gas company officials said. A search Monday morning found no links in the neighborhood. Charles Bertram | Staff
Lexington fire investigators worked at the scene of an overnight house explosion at 457 Campbell Street in Lexington Monday. Columbia Gas restored gas service to the house Dec. 12, but no gas had been consumed in the house as of Friday when a meter reader visited the house, gas company officials said. A search Monday morning found no links in the neighborhood. Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Lexington fire investigators worked at the scene of an overnight house explosion at 457 Campbell Street in Lexington Monday. Columbia Gas restored gas service to the house Dec. 12, but no gas had been consumed in the house as of Friday when a meter reader visited the house, gas company officials said. A search Monday morning found no links in the neighborhood. Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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