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Winter may be ‘worst natural disaster’ in years

April 13, 2014
By Fred Stonehouse , The Mining Journal

The current freeze emergency is potentially the worst natural disaster to strike the Upper Peninsula in living memory. Unseen underground, the impacts of this disaster only become clear after the damage has been done, and include disruption of water and sewer systems, as well as residential and commercial natural gas networks and other underground utilities.

 
 

 

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