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Richmond Hill, Dec. 12 (wibc.com photo by Mike Corbin)
Public safety costs from the November explosion in the Richmond Hill neighborhood has grown to an estimated $309,000.
Public Safety Director Troy Riggs reports nearly 8,000 hours of work have been spent in the subdivision so far. Though no one has been arrested in connection with the case yet.
The explosion killed Dion and Jennifer Longworth. It also damaged dozens on homes, 33 of which will be demolished.
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