At Least 5 Dead After Massive Explosion At Connecticut Power Plant

From left to right, Mayor Sebastian Giuliano, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100204120000" title="Middletown" href="/topic/us/connecticut/middlesex-county-%28connecticut%29/middletown-PLGEO100100204120000.topic">Middletown</a> Police Captain Peggy Liseo, and Police Chief Patrick McMahon attend a media conference to discuss the ongoing investigation of the explosion at Kleen Engery power plant at City Hall February 8, 2010 in Middletown, Connecticut. An explosion at the gas power plant, which is still under construction, killed five and injured 12 yesterday as workers were clearing air out of gas lines.
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( DOUGLAS HEALEY / GETTY IMAGES / February 8, 2010 )

From left to right, Mayor Sebastian Giuliano, Middletown Police Captain Peggy Liseo, and Police Chief Patrick McMahon attend a media conference to discuss the ongoing investigation of the explosion at Kleen Engery power plant at City Hall February 8, 2010 in Middletown, Connecticut. An explosion at the gas power plant, which is still under construction, killed five and injured 12 yesterday as workers were clearing air out of gas lines.

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