Surveillance cameras inside Lunardi’s Markets capture customers’ reactions to last week’s massive gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno, California. (Sept. 13)
Multiple camera views from security video that shows customers’ reactions at a grocery store near a tremendous gas explosion destroyed a neighborhood in San Bruno, California — a suburb of San Francisco.
The death toll from the explosion and fire increased to seven Saturday while a search continued for six people still missing three days after the massive gas line explosion Thursday.
Pacific Gas and Electric announced a relief fund Monday of up to $100 million for residents displaced by the San Bruno, California gas explosion.
PG&E company officials said they expect to distribute checks by the end of the week of up to $50,000 for immediate residential moves and daily needs for residents. The money will also be paid directly to the city to help rebuild streets, parks and sidewalks.