Many families still can't return to their homes months after explosion that injured 5

Many families still can't return to their homes months after explosion that injured 5

WASHINGTON CO., Pa. — Five months after a house exploded in a Washington County neighborhood, many of the families still cannot return to their homes.

The explosion completely leveled a home in North Franklin township, and it also caused major damage to neighboring homes.

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Contact the Pennsylvania insurance department consumer hotline at 1-877-881-6388 or go online and file a complaint at Insurance.PA.gov.

Columbia Gas issued the following statement regarding the families who are still unable to return home:

"Columbia Gas continues to work with North Franklin Township as well as residents who were impacted by this incident. Nearly all claims have been resolved, and Columbia Gas representatives have been in regular contact with residents' insurance carriers to resolve any remaining issues."

Channel 11's Cara Sapida spoke with a woman who is trying to get help for her elderly neighbors, even as she's still unable to move back  in the video above.

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