Keenan Gray, 10, and his mother, Tonian Gray stand at an overlook at Whatcom Falls Park where tree trunks burnt by the 1999 pipeline explosion can still be seen on Sunday, April 26, 2009.  On the day of the explosion, Tonian was on her way to jog through the park with Keenan in a stroller when Keenan started crying. She decided to turn back and head home. Soon after, the explosion occurred. Tonian says that she is very thankful Keenan caused her not to continue into the park.
Keenan Gray, 10, and his mother, Tonian Gray stand at an overlook at Whatcom Falls Park where tree trunks burnt by the 1999 pipeline explosion can still be seen on Sunday, April 26, 2009. On the day of the explosion, Tonian was on her way to jog through the park with Keenan in a stroller when Keenan started crying. She decided to turn back and head home. Soon after, the explosion occurred. Tonian says that she is very thankful Keenan caused her not to continue into the park. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Keenan Gray, 10, and his mother, Tonian Gray stand at an overlook at Whatcom Falls Park where tree trunks burnt by the 1999 pipeline explosion can still be seen on Sunday, April 26, 2009. On the day of the explosion, Tonian was on her way to jog through the park with Keenan in a stroller when Keenan started crying. She decided to turn back and head home. Soon after, the explosion occurred. Tonian says that she is very thankful Keenan caused her not to continue into the park. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Pipeline memories: Screaming baby ended run through park

June 04, 2009 12:01 AM

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