(source) Michael Schumacher / Amarillo Globe-News

Flames blazed more than 400 feet high above a natural gas line explosion that rocked Bushland, Texas about 1 a.m. Thursday Nov. 5, 2009 in the Texas Panhandle. The roaring sound of the leaking gas could be heard and seen from Amarillo more than 10 miles away. The gas line explosion was located about 2 miles north of Interstate 40 and 1 mile east of Bushland Road. A nearby structure is seen burning on the right of the photo and a high power utility pole is seen smoldering to the left of the blaze. A nearby rural neighborhood was evacuated by Potter County Sheriffs. (AP Photo/Michael Schumacher - Amarillo Globe News)

Flames blazed more than 400 feet high above a natural gas line explosion that rocked Bushland, Texas about 1 a.m. Thursday Nov. 5, 2009 in the Texas Panhandle. The roaring sound of the leaking gas could be heard and seen from Amarillo more than 10 miles away. The gas line explosion was located about 2 miles north of Interstate 40 and 1 mile east of Bushland Road. A nearby structure is seen burning on the right of the photo and a high power utility pole is seen smoldering to the left of the blaze. A nearby rural neighborhood was evacuated by Potter County Sheriffs. (AP Photo/Michael Schumacher – Amarillo Globe News)

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