Residents of apartment sue over explosion that killed 7

WASHINGTON (AP) — Residents of a Maryland apartment complex where an explosion and fire killed seven people in August are suing the gas company and apartment management. Investigators have said that a buildup of natural gas caused the Aug. 10 explosion at the Flower Branch apartments in Silver Spring. Two lawsuits filed Wednesday in Washington […]
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