Residents affected by the explosions areas of Massachusetts are allowed to return home
Residents of areas located North of Boston, victims of explosions of household gas, allowed to return home.
Governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker and other officials announced Sunday morning that the residents of Lawrence, North Andover and Andover can return to their homes. Almost all homes and businesses restored electricity, but the gas supply is terminated until the investigation of the causes of explosions and fires that took place last Thursday.
Dozens of houses destroyed or damaged, killing one teen; dozens of people were injured. Thousands of people had to evacuate. According to officials, located in Columbus, Ohio, the headquarters of Columbia Gas pipeline, has registered increase of pressure before in Lawrence bombings.