MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board arrived at a Minneapolis school on Thursday to begin the painstaking task of determining what caused an apparent natural gas explosion that killed two people and injured at least nine others, including one critically.City fire officials said the collapse was caused by a natural gas explosion in a utility area.Experts said the investigation will take time and include interviewing witnesses, including employees from Master Mechanical Inc.Questions will include what type of work was being done, whether the building should have been occupied at the time, if all precautions were taken to make sure it was done safely, and whether the contractors should have isolated the natural gas source before proceeding, Farley said.Jenny O'Brien, a spokeswoman for Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration, said in 2010 the company was fined for a violation related to protecting an employee from falling.Three people remained hospitalized Thursday, including an assistant soccer coach who was in critical but stable condition, according to Hennepin County Medical Center.
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SEPTEMBER 15, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - ALL COUNTY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION INC.
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A team from the National Transportation Safety Board was in Minneapolis on Friday to start the painstaking task of determining what caused Wednesday's natural gas explosion at Minnehaha Academy.City fire officials have said the explosion happened in a utility area at the private Christian school, which serves students ranging from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade.The blast occurred while students were on campus playing soccer and basketball, according to fire and school officials.[...] he said investigators still need to look at all the physical evidence, which could include removing all the gas components from the scene and conducting lab tests.In 2010, the company was fined for a violation related to protecting an employee from falling, according to Jenny O'Brien, spokeswoman for the Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration.Two people remained hospitalized Thursday, including assistant soccer coach Bryan Duffey, who was in critical but stable condition, according to Hennepin County Medical Center.
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