Columbia Gas To Provide Thanksgiving Dinners For Displaced Residents

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LAWRENCE (AP) -- The utility behind the natural gas explosions in Massachusetts in September is planning to provide 20,000 hot Thanksgiving dinners to residents who have still not returned to their homes. 

Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera says meals provided by Columbia Gas will be served at the temporary trailer parks where some residents are being housed as well as at a hall. There will also be several takeout locations. 

The disaster killed one person and injured dozens of others.

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