CSST Blamed in Flower Mound House Fire

CSST has been blamed for fires across the country where fire officials and insurance industry investigators have said energy from lightning jumped or arced onto the CSST punching holes in the tubes releasing and igniting gas.

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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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Bixby Family
Nancy Bixby said Flower Mound firefighters told her lightning caused tiny holes in a piece of CSST, which led to gas escaping and a fire in her attic.
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