First responders train for gas leaks

Firefighters and utilities crews work together to reduce

Firefighters and utilities crews work together to reduce the hazards associated with natural gas. (March 13, 2014 6:09 PM)

The massive gas explosion that took down two NYC buildings and killed at least eight people is a chilling reminder of similar destructive gas leaks.

It was just two years ago that same destructive force reduced a pair of West Haverstraw homes to splinters. Rockland's Director of Fire and Emergency Services Gordon Wren says it's something he'll never forget. "That explosion was more than one...

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