The Board will consider the March 12, 2014, natural-gas explosion in the East Harlem section of New York. Two adjacent multiuse five-story buildings were destroyed by the natural-gas fueled explosion and resulting fire. As a result of the accident, eight people died, more than 50 people were injured, and over 100 families were displaced. The violent explosion damaged nearby buildings and caused the suspension of rail service on a line of the Metro-North Railroad.
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Opening Statement - Chairman Christopher A. Hart
Saddle Fusion Joining Procedure video (YouTube)
Closing Statement - Chairman Christopher A. Hart
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