On January 11 a ruptured gas line, leak and subsequent house explosion took the life of one man and injured two firefighters. Today Atmos Energy once again was working to repair a gas leak in a residential area.
Residents who lived in the complex next to a duplex that exploded because of a gas leak are calling for a change in protocol for evacuations.
On Monday leaders with a North Texas non-profit organization remembered a man who died from injuries sustained after a house explosion last week. Victim Scott Deahl lived in a duplex owned by Christian Community Action.
The man who was inside a home that exploded in Lewisville remains in critcal conditioin at a Plano hospital.
Dora Gains was gasless and cold. The gas to her Dallas home was shut off in June, when her gas company found leaks on her side of the line.
First Responders from Plano huddled together with workers from Atmos Energy Tuesday, but it was just a drill; they were training for a gas leak.
One month after a Plano man allegedly set off a bomb while tampering with a gas main, homeowners say not enough is being done to prevent it from happening again.
Atmos Energy has warned customers that President Barack Obama will not be paying their bills, despite scheming claims that Obama is providing credits or directly paying for utilities.
A warning for residents, volunteers and crews cleaning up damage from last Tuesday’s tornadoes — watch for natural gas lines. A number of dangerous natural gas situations were discovered during surveys of tornado damage in Lancaster.
37 American corporations paid no income tax in 2010, and many got refunds. Several of the companies are based in DFW.
Thousands of major natural gas transmission lines laid decades ago in Texas are vulnerable and may need costly replacement, a newspaper reported Monday.