REPORT: Lincoln County pipeline explosion could have damaged other lines nearby

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LINCOLN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- The federal government is ordering the owner of the Lincoln County pipeline that exploded last week t take corrective actions for two other pipelines nearby.

The government says the explosion could have impacted those lines so before gas can run through them again the company, Enbridge, has to assess them.

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It was last Thursday, a pipeline explosion in Moreland killed one woman, urt several other people, and destroyed homes.

According to the government, that blast, or the heat from it, could have damaged the other lines.

Enbridge has ten days to respond to the government’s order.

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