From Ohio History Central
Damage caused by an explosion at the East Ohio Gas Company's #2 Works, Liquefaction Storage Facility in Cleveland, Ohio on October 20, 1944. The explosion, caused by a gas leak, sparked fires that burned 160 acres of businesses and neighborhoods in Cleveland. Over 100 people were killed.
Ohio History Connection YHC MSS 0164, AL00688 from the East Ohio Gas Company Records Collection.
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