Lawsuit filed in Bushland Blast
I saw a video this week of the aftermath. Cars melted, it looked like a bomb had gone off.
Family hurt in Texas pipeline explosion files suit
The 24-inch pipeline exploded near Bushland, 15 miles west of Amarillo, about 1 a.m. on Nov. 5. The blast shook homes, melted window blinds and shot flames hundreds of feet into the air that were seen 20 miles away. The blast left a hole about 30 yards by 20 yards and close to 15 feet deep.
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The PHMSA investigation is looking at a tap in the pipeline that was no longer being used as a factor in the rupture: