As 78-year-old Doris Dull was walking down to the wide cavity in the ground left by the gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno last year, her longtime neighbor Carol Piunti called out to her.
“Go shovel!” Piunti said. “It’s really good. It’s closure.” Read More
Family and friends were among those who gathered at Skyline College Friday night to commemorate those who passed away in the PG&E pipeline explosion in San Bruno one year ago."This evening is our time to remember and celebrate the humanity of our community," San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane said. "The warmth and solace of memories have and will continue to be our strength and only the passage of time will soften our loss." Read More
Mounting pressure in a major natural-gas line immediately preceded the deadly San Bruno blast, though a healthy pipeline should have been able to withstand the surge, investigators and experts said Wednesday. Read More