When a huge gas station explosion destroys a strip of strip-mall stores, it leaves an indelible mark on the city’s skyline.
As the story goes, a gas pump in a strip mall exploded, killing a gas truck driver and injuring two other workers.
The two injured victims, a father and son, were evacuated from the site, but the father died from his injuries at the hospital, while the son later died from a heart attack at home.
It remains the deadliest mass shooting in the history of the United States.
But what if you were driving down the street in your car and the explosion went off in a different part of the strip mall?
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For a lot of people, gas leaks are a minor inconvenience, like getting a car running on time.
But for people who have had gas pumps blow up in their lives, the explosion can be catastrophic.
“It’s just a shock to the system,” said Mark Krikorian, the owner of Mark’s Gas Station and Grocery in a neighborhood of Cleveland Heights in Ohio.
Krikorian has owned a strip store for 14 years.
He said he’s never experienced a major explosion before, and he believes that he’s lucky he survived the explosion.
He’s still shaken from the experience, but he has had no major health problems from the explosion and is not worried about contracting cancer.
“The explosion didn’t have any serious health impacts to me,” Krikorians told ABC News.
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“We have not had any serious injuries.
My insurance company will cover my expenses.
We’re just trying not to go to the hospital.”
When a gas explosion destroys an area of a strip, the strip is destroyed in the process.
But in the case of a gas company explosion, the area can be a whole new building.
Gas station explosions, like those at the Cleveland strip mall, are a constant reminder of the dangers that can come with working in the gas industry.
“A gas pump explosion will kill someone.
A gas truck explosion is going to kill somebody,” said James L. Riddle, a retired senior vice president with Gas Research Associates.
“It’s a matter of life and death.”
The gas industry is not the only industry that can explode.
Many other industries in the United Kingdom are subject to such explosions.
The National Fire Protection Association reports that about 40,000 people die from workplace fires each year.
And gas explosions kill up to 200 people each year in the U.S.
A major explosion is one of the most deadly accidents that occurs when a gas line ruptures.
The explosion causes gas to seep into the ground and a gas-filled pipe bursts, sending a column of flame through a house.
In the process, about 25,000 to 50,000 gallons of gas are released into the atmosphere.
According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, one in every 25 gas explosions is caused by a faulty gas line.
The majority of those incidents are caused by the failure of a fuel pump.
A gas line rupture is caused when the gas supply line to the pump breaks, spilling fuel and causing an explosion.
The rupture can be caused by corrosion of the fuel line, an electrical fault, a defective pipe, or a failure to replace a faulty fuel valve.
The most common cause of gas line failures is poor maintenance of the pump, according to the NEI.
Experts say the most common type of gas explosion is caused from a gas tank being pushed down the hose.
In this type of explosion, a section of the gas tank is pushed down, the pressure from the tank pushing it down the line.
If the line of gas is not properly secured, the line can burst and send a column or pipe of gas into the air, according the NEPHA.
In a gas pipeline explosion, pressure from a tank of compressed gas builds up and then bursts into flames, which can cause a fire that spreads rapidly.
The flames can then spread rapidly and reach a person’s body.
It can also result in injuries to the person.
A gas pipeline rupture is one that causes a fire.
The number of gas pipeline explosions is rising rapidly in the country, according a study released by the American Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AAOPL).
The AAAOPL, which represents more than 2,300 pipeline companies, said in its report that the number of pipeline fires has doubled in the past two years and that the average size of an explosion in the industry is about 20 feet.
Many of the incidents are related to pipeline maintenance problems, according AAOPL.
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