After explosion, company aims to restart gas pipeline

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HELENA, Ala. - Executives at a pipeline company say their goal is to restart the line as early as this weekend after an explosion and fire shut down gasoline shipments to millions across the South. The deadly explosion sparked a geyser of fire Monday and closed off the vital pipeline, raising...
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