SLIDESHOW: The cleanup after San Bruno blast 

The landscape in San Bruno changed dramatically Sept. 9, 2010, when a gas pipeline owned and operated by PG&E exploded, obliterating an entire neighborhood. A year later, The San Francisco Examiner looks back at the fire, mayhem and firefighter heroism of that fateful day that took eight San Bruno lives.

Click on the photo at right to see the cleanup after the blast.

The blast and subsequent fire left behind debris that had to be carefully cleaned up due to its possible toxicity.

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