GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) – Spectra Energy says third-party soil and water tests have turned up no contamination from a massive natural gas pipeline explosion in western Pennsylvania last month.

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that the company earlier said that tests ruled out contamination to soil and surface water from the April 29 blast in Salem Township, 30 miles east of Pittsburgh.

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The latest test results included samples from two water wells in the largely rural area. Spectra spokesman Creighton Welch did not identify the company that did the tests.

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The explosion scorched 40 acres, seriously burning a man whose home was destroyed.

The federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has reported finding corrosion indicating a “possible flaw” In materials used to coat welded joints of the 30-inch pipeline installed in 1981.

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