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Safety laws and causing a series of natural gas explosions that killed a person and damaged dozens of homes authority saying Wednesday Columbia gas of Massachusetts has agreed to plead guilty to violating the pipeline safety act that due to an explosion in September of twenty eighteen that rocked three communities in Merrimack valley north of Boston the company said it takes full responsibility for the disaster as I mentioned one person was killed and dozens of homes were damaged and the U. S. government highway safety agency is