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NU Online News Service, Sept. 13, 2:20 p.m. EDT

Many of the residents driven from their homes after a pipeline exploded Thursday in San Bruno, Calif., were allowed to return to their homes, but more than 80 homeowners were not allowed to return.

On Sunday, the city of San Bruno issued a statement saying that residents in 293 homes were allowed to return to their homes. However, 84 households were still not allowed back in their homes either because the homes were completely destroyed, suffered extensive damage, or were in a police perimeter closest to the blast.

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