Sask Energy's Dave Burdeniuk Speaks About Last Weeks Natural Gas Line Puncture.
Air Date: Dec 19, 2013 9:43 AM ET
It was a week ago today that a work crew punctured a natural gas line in the Grosvenor Park neighbourhood. Hundreds of people were forced out of their apartments for a short time. And Preston Avenue was closed to traffic between 8 and 14th streets. No one was injured. But they could have been. Sask Energy has released details of its preliminary investigation. Dave Burdeniuk speaks for the company. He joined Leisha Grebinski by phone.
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