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Sunday, Sep 11, 2011

San Bruno Station No. 52 Has Total Recall

San Bruno Station No. 52 Has Total Recall

First responders train their entire career for moments like the one that happened in San Bruno September 9, 2010.

Monday, Sep 12, 2011
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By Scott Budman

Google Launches Disaster Prep Features

Google Launches Disaster Prep Features

"Geo" team uses Earth & Map software to help in times of emergency, employing a crowd-sourcing feature.

Thursday, Sep 8, 2011

San Bruno Families Unite

San Bruno Families Unite

Blast survivors launch advocacy group.

Thursday, Sep 8, 2011
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By Lori Preuitt

Dramatic Photos: Remembering the Fire

A gas line explodes destroying homes and lives in San Bruno.View gallery

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Wednesday, Dec 9, 2015
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By Lori Preuitt

San Bruno Aftermath: a Look Back

The gas line explosion in San Bruno on Sept. 9 left a neighborhood devastated...View gallery

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Friday, Sep 9, 2011

San Bruno Survivors Look Back, 1 Year Later

San Bruno Survivors Look Back, 1 Year Later

Having lived through the blast, some are returning to rebuild a home, but the memories of a burning neighborhood remain.

Tuesday, Sep 6, 2011

Why She Chose to Leave San Bruno

Why She Chose to Leave San Bruno

The Ashley family lived in the neighborhood destroyed by the PG&E explosion last September. In the year since the pipeline rocked their world they have decided to find a new place to live.

Wednesday, Sep 7, 2011

Leading the City: a Year Later

Leading the City: a Year Later

Connie Jackson has helped the lead the city of San Bruno through one of the darkest events in its history.

Tuesday, Sep 6, 2011

NBC Bay Area Photographer Remembers San Bruno

NBC Bay Area Photographer Remembers San Bruno

Chris Johansen was driving near San Bruno when he heard a huge explosion last September 9th.

Tuesday, Sep 6, 2011

Lawmaker Promotes Pipeline Safety Bill

Lawmaker Promotes Pipeline Safety Bill

The state lawmaker who wants much stricter regulations for natural gas providers like PG&E who serve neighborhoods like San Bruno made his case on the peninsula Tuesday.

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