The main problem of the gas line causes 50 EXPLOSIONS in homes outside of Boston: the police evacuate two suburban towns due to fires and the dense smoke spreads through the neighborhoods
- More than 20 homes near Boston are on fire after suspicions of gas explosions
- Officials said that there are fires of men – you can not even see the sky & # 39;
- At least one house has been demolished, according to local media
The emergency teams are responding to what they believe is a series of gas explosions that have damaged homes in three communities north of Boston.
The Methuen police chief, Joseph Solomon, says there are 20 to 25 burned houses in Lawrence.
Solomon, who is in Lawrence, says there are so many fires that "you can not even see the sky."
Suspected gas explosions in Boston ignited a fire on Thursday
Methuen police chief Joseph Solomon says there are between 20 and 25 burning houses
The Eagle-Tribune newspaper in North Andover reports that at least one house has been demolished and several more have been burned in the middle of a problem with a gas line that feeds homes in Andover, North Andover and Lawrence.
Massachusetts state police say soldiers are responding to the area to help secure areas after "multiple suspicious gas explosions."
Lawrence's police chief, Roy Vasque, told the newspaper The Eagle-Tribune that he had never seen anything like this.
The newspaper reported that some neighborhoods were being evacuated.
It was not immediately clear if there were injuries.
Officials said there are so many fires that you can not even see the sky & # 39;