FBI Investigates 'Suspicious Incident' in Virginia

Spare O'Lake3/24/2010 12:05:47 pm PDT

re: #34 Nanook37

re: #24 Spare O’Lake

It potentially could - some talks have valve that closes when the line is damaged (they shut if the rate of flow becomes too great) but without this type of valve gas could migrate along the line and into the house and it concentration reached the lower explosive limit it could cause a house to explode.

If the line was cut then how could the gas migrate across the gap and along the other section of the line?
Maybe if it was cut but both ends were still touching eachother?
Seems unlikely…but I guess it’s possible.