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Gas leaked from bad fitting at Pennsylvania chocolate factory where 7 died in blast, report says

  • A natural gas leak at the R.M. Palmer Co. Chocolate factory in Pennsylvania was traced back to a defective fitting installed in 1982, which had a known tendency to crack. There was also a small leak on a natural gas fitting installed in 2021.
  • The explosion at the factory resulted in the leveling of one building, heavy damage to another, and the tragic death of seven people. Employees reported smelling gas prior to the explosion and accused the plant of ignoring warnings.
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