The City of Mississauga says that the explosion site on Hickory Drive near Dixie and Rathburn roads, which took place over a week ago, has been now been released by the Fire Chief and Emergency Services and all properties have been returned to the homeowners and their insurance companies.
The explosion took place on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 28th and it claimed the lives of two people identified as the homeowners, Robert Nadler and Diane Page, who were both 55-years of age.
There were more than a total of 700 addresses that were affected for days after the blast. However, that number was eventually brought down to 69, which consists of residents in 32 apartments and 37 others in homes.
Temporary road closures are in effect for Hickory Drive near Rathburn Road East, but all other roads in the area have been reopened.
Waste collection bag limits are to be waived during the month of July for residents affected by the explosion and a special information session will take place on Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. at St. Basil Elementary School.
Residents looking for info can call 3-1-1 or visit the Community Information Centre at Rathburn Road & Hickory Drive, today 8:30am – 4:30pm
— City of Mississauga (@citymississauga) July 6, 2016