Man who filmed B.C. pipeline fire says it’s a ‘wake up call’

Man talks about his experience watching the Enbridge pipeline rupture spark a massive fire ball in Prince George

Terry Teegee says he felt debris falling as he took video of a blaze following a natural gas pipeline explosion near Prince George, B.C. The AFN regional chief says the safety of existing pipelines should be assessed.

READ MORE: Enbridge restores smaller natural gas pipeline in B.C., after main line blast

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