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On Jan. 17, a series of explosions in downtown Hutchinson threw the Kansas Geological Survey into the limelight as its geologists hunted for the explosionsí source.
M. Lee Allison
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ON THE COVER: A montage of images from Kansas after a series of natural gas explosions hit Hutchinson Jan. 17. From bottom left to top right: A firefighter walks past ice-covered wreckage (AP Photo); controlled releases of gas after the explosions (Kansas Geological Survey); checking gas line pressures (The Hutchinson News). See story.
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