Police say 60 homes evacuated after lightning strikes gas line near London, Ont.
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TILLSONBURG, Ont. — Provincial police say 60 homes have been evacuated after lightning struck a gas line east of London, Ont. OPP say the gas line was severed around 3 a.m. Sunday in Tillsonburg, Ont. The say a large quantity of natural gas was released into several homes and the underground sewer. Police say the […]▶ Full story on nationalpost.com
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