Last January, Rick Trammell watched the Gainesville house he and his family owned for 20 years explode into a ball of flames. Now, the Railroad Commission of Texas sent Atmos Energy, which operated the natural gas line in question, a letter outlining alleged violations.
The man accused of planning to set off a homemade bomb near a gas pipeline in Plano has admitted to the crime. Just hours before a pretrial hearing was to begin, Anson Chi agreed to a sentence of 22 years for trying to blow up a gas main in Plano last June.
Before there was a leak, before there was a blast, where were the gas lines?
For the first time, Jose Martinez and his family are speaking about the gas explosion that destroyed their Gainesville home at 7:00 a.m. January 24.
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.
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.
A house explosion in Lewisville has left one resident in critical condition and two firefighters injured. The blowup happened at a duplex in the 500 block of E. Main Street.
A gas pipeline exploded Tuesday morning in Collin County. The incident happened just after 8:30 a.m. near the intersection of Highway 121 and Highway 5 in McKinney.