The cause of last week's deadly explosion in East Harlem has not yet been determined, but officials are revealing more information about the aging infrastructure.

The gas main serving the two buildings that collapsed Wednesday, killing eight people and injuring dozens, was 127 years old.

Tests on the soil there just hours after the blast show the natural gas levels as high as 20 percent,...

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