Residents can go home after Massachusetts explosions, but long road to 'normalcy' remains

September 16, 2018
(CNN)Three Massachusetts cities are nearing a critical first step of recovery -- ensuring homes are safe and have power -- after a deadly series of fires and explosions last week, Gov. Charlie Baker said. Utility workers accessed 8,600 meters, turned them off and cleared each home of gas in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover as...
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