HomeUncategorized January 26, 2014: A huge fire burned for more than 12 hours after a natural gas pipeline exploded near Winnipeg, Canada Neville 26 January, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments Huge fire shakes neighbours from beds 11:40am January 26, 2014 January 26, 2014: A huge fire burned for more than 12 hours after a natural gas pipeline exploded near Winnipeg, Canada Share 0 Email Residents of a small Canadian town have woken to an enormous fireball spewing flames hundreds of metres into the air after being jolted out of their beds by the explosion. Angry news anchor smashes Bieber album live One hour ago Anger as first shark killed in WA waters Two hours ago Three killed in US mall shooting: police Eight hours ago The best ways to celebrate Australia Day 2014 Close encounters between reporters and animals World’s worst efits Victoria’s Grampians bushfire contained Vic fire threat downgraded Grampians fire ‘almost contained’ Flames could be seen kilometres away from where a natural gas pipeline caught fire in Otterburne, near Winnipeg, overnight. “The sky lit up as if it was daylight, and the roar of a plane,” nearby neighbour Richard Gagnon told CBC. “It was just insane,” said Mr Gagnon’s son, Hunter. “It was absolutely huge, the fire. “It was at least 300-feet high, there was a bunch of people there all parked along the highway.” Five homes in the area were evacuated. Authorities were forced to let the fire burn for more than 12 hours before the gas line could be turned off. It has left up to 4000 people in the area without natural gas, with cold weather on the way. The cause of the fire is being investigated. Source: CBC. Share 0 Email © ninemsn 2014 Do you have any story leads, photos or videos? Trending Conversations 1333 Goodes pushes for indigenous recognition 185 Anger as 1st shark killed in WA waters 149 US court gives nuns health law compromise 31 Crippled kitty gets new lease on life Join the conversation on other stories Two-year-old shows off skateboard skills Video shows Syrian toddler pulled alive from rubble Lethal jellyfish could have killed 120 Goodes has racism in his sights Ghost ship full of cannibal rats threatens UK Crippled kitty gets new lease on life Close encounters between reporters and animals Goodes pushes for indigenous recognition The latest new car offers Ian Ross will ‘fight on’ despite terminal prognosis Daily quiz 1 Only successful Aussie rebellion? what 2 Mao’s last dancer turns 53 today? who 3 The floral emblem of Australia? what 4 First governor-general in Oz? who 5 Highest grossing Aussie film? what Recommended: Minimise Related Tweet Pin It About The Author Neville Related Posts Uncategorized Coalition to reduce funds available for ... By Neville Jul 7, 2013 Uncategorized Wet, wetter; dry, drier: U.S. oceanograp... By Neville Jan 1, 2014 Uncategorized Global warming doubles risk of ‘ex... By Neville Jan 1, 2014 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.