Pipeline explosion near Prince George might have been prevented by more frequent inspection: TSB

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A fiery pipeline explosion near Prince George, B.C., happened after the line’s operator improperly delayed a scheduled hazard management inspection, an investigation by the Transportation Safety Board (TSB) has found.

The explosion in 2018 was caused by stress cracks in the pipe, according to the TSB’s report. The blast sparked…Read More

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