A house burned down by a gas pipeline explosion is inspected in San Bruno, Calif., Monday, Sept. 13, 2010. Investigators are still trying to figure out how the pipeline in San Bruno ruptured and ignited a gigantic fireball that torched one home after another in the neighborhood, killing at least four people. Pacific Gas and Electric Co., the pipeline's owner, said Monday it has set aside up to $100 million to help residents recover. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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A house burned down by a gas pipeline explosion is inspected in San Bruno, Calif., Monday, Sept. 13, 2010.   Investigators are still trying to figure out how the pipeline in San Bruno ruptured and ignited a gigantic fireball that torched one home after another in the neighborhood, killing at least four people. Pacific Gas and Electric Co., the pipeline's owner, said Monday it has set aside up to $100 million to help residents recover. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
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A house burned down by a gas pipeline explosion is inspected in San Bruno, Calif., Monday, Sept. 13, 2010. Investigators are still trying to figure out how the pipeline in San Bruno ruptured and ignited a gigantic fireball that torched one home after another in the neighborhood, killing at least four people. Pacific Gas and Electric Co., the pipeline's owner, said Monday it has set aside up to $100 million to help residents recover.

A house burned down by a gas pipeline explosion is inspected in San Bruno, Calif., Monday, Sept. 13, 2010. Investigators are still trying to figure out how the pipeline in San Bruno ruptured and ignited a gigantic fireball that torched one home after another in the neighborhood, killing at least four people. Pacific Gas and Electric Co., the pipeline's owner, said Monday it has set aside up to $100 million to help residents recover. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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