posted on Nov, 23 2012 @ 08:10 PM
The infrastructure of the older cities in the United States is crumbling at an alarming rate. We no longer have the money for public works projects,
so it's all patch and repair with duct tape and bubble gum.
Expect more of these types of stories: Explosions of natural gas lines, broken water mains, and power outages from outdated, overloaded
equipment.....crumbling bridges, pot holes the size of Volkswagens, and sinkholes from leaking underground pipes.
The first places to go will be the first places that were built up: The northeast and the rust belt states. Very scary! People need to be cautious
and call their local gas company at the first scent of a gas leak, then get the heck out of there.
I feel the gas company was negligent in their responsibility to caution people in the area that there was a leak.