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Old 10-10-2019, 03:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Voyager View Post
The danger isn't that the gas goes out, it's that the lines are ruptured. We all have wrenches tied to the shutoff valve so that we can shut the gas off in the event of an earthquake first thing.

Did not hear that gas was a problem during the fire, but I think it was dangerous in burned out houses.
And good old PG&E managed to blow up a neighborhood with gas without a fire.
Yeah, been through a 9+ quake that ruptured everything. That's why I mentioned it.