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Knifley Pipeline Explosion: Man gives perspective to the crater



2014-02-13 - Knifley, KY - Photo by Greg Thomas, Thomas Photography. A lone first responder at the rim of the crater lends perspective to the size of the crater produced by the pipeline explosion at around 1am this Thursday, February 13, 2014 morning. the severed end of the 30" pipe can be seen just to the right and below him. The photo also gives a good idea of the size of the boulder blown from the ground underneath, to imagine the enormous potential for a fatalities had the explosion occurred in a commuting hour when KY 76 would have be busy with workers going to Campbellsville.
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