In February 1973, a liquefied natural gas (LNG) tank exploded on Staten Island, killing 40 workers who were cleaning it up. It was one of the worst industrial accidents in New York’s history and prompted the state to ban new LNG facilities. Yet two continued: one maintained by National Grid in Brooklyn and the other by Con Edison in Astoria, Queens.
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