On June 10, , a gasoline pipeline operated by Olympic Pipeline Company exploded in Bellingham, Washington's Whatcom Falls Park. exploded at , sending a fireball down Whatcom Creek. Three people died in the accident. Rescuers search the water in Whatcom Falls Park Tuesday had been walking on the rocks at the top of the falls before the accident. Firefighters rescue man injured in fall at Whatcom Falls Park The incident occurred at approximately p.m. Sunday near the foot.
The resulting pressure surge led to a catastrophic rupture in the line traversing Whatcom Falls Park, and sent , gallons of highly volatile. Bellingham Man Falls Down Cliff in Whatcom Falls Park - Read the of accidents if the city's negligence caused the accident and injuries. A 7-year-old boy who slipped into Whatcom Falls Tuesday afternoon has died. Jaden Griffin had initially been declared dead at the scene after.
Pipeline Accident Report NTSB/PAR/ Washington creek that flowed through Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham, Washington. About 1. Neighbors said gasoline ran 4 inches deep down Whatcom Creek, the creek that runs through Whatcom Falls Park near the Tsiorvas home.
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