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One percent

Paris gas leak at bakery.

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It’s time the authorities across Europe found out why there was a sudden rise in gas leaks. 


A large explosion has rocked central Paris amid reports of a gas leak at a bakery in the city. 

Officials confirmed 'multiple injuries' as a result of the blast which caused extensive damage to the property. 

The blast has ripped through the building, shattering windows of several apartments above the bakery.  

It is believed the blast destroyed the Hubert bakery on the corner of the streets Saint-Cecile and Rue de Trevise.

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7 minutes ago, One percent said:

It was a gas explosion immediately after it had happened. See my post at the top of the thread where I ask when the authorities are going to sort out these very dangerous gas pipes. 

No, bbc are putting gas explosion in quotes

So are the mail.

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2 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

Russian gas?

It's French gas at the moment, will definitely absolutely be Russian gas in a few weeks time, then will turn out to be the Democrat Party's gas in the end.  (Or possibly gas from Porton Down -- it isn't clear right now).

Edited by dgul

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From the mail link.



Two firefighters investigating a suspected gas leak were killed when an explosion ripped through a Paris bakery which was serving breakfast this morning. A female Spanish tourist in the bakery has also been killed.  

Firefighters were at the scene investigating a suspected gas leak when the explosion happened.  According to the French Interior Ministry, two firefighters were killed. 


A gas leak had been reported sufficient to warrant the attendance of firefighters - yet they still served meals? 

Firefighters were at the scene investigating the suspected gas leak - weren't gas company engineers there?

The explosion seems to have ripped apart the best part of a longish street - I expect the possibility of a car, van or parcel bomb etc has already been dismissed.

Edited by twocents

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