Missouri Gas Energy advises people to call 811 before they embark on home improvement projects that involve digging to ensure that they don’t encounter any underground hazards such as buried gas lines, which could explode.
Missouri Gas Energy advises people to call 811 before they embark on home improvement projects that involve digging to ensure that they don’t encounter any underground hazards such as buried gas lines, which could explode. Bette Tate-Beaver Special to The Star
Missouri Gas Energy advises people to call 811 before they embark on home improvement projects that involve digging to ensure that they don’t encounter any underground hazards such as buried gas lines, which could explode. Bette Tate-Beaver Special to The Star

For safety, call 811 hotline ahead of outdoor digging projects

April 03, 2015 12:08 PM

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