After Cupertino Blast, PG&E Tries to Reassure Residents
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Investigators are looking into the explosion of a leaky PG&E gas line that destroyed a condominium in Cupertino.
No one was hurt in Thursday's blast, which happened just 15 minutes after the owner had left the condo for lunch.
PG&E examined a two-inch plastic pipe feeding smaller gas lines in and around the condo. Officials told the San Francisco Chronicle they found a total of seven leaks.
The explosion happened just one day after the National Transportation Safety Board issued its scathing assessment of PG&E's handling of gas line safety.
Additional reporting by Tara Siler.