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February 16, 1991 | Associated Press
Leaking propane gas caused an explosion and fire that shattered windows and cracked walls at a resort hotel, injuring 18 guests in town for a convention, a state fire official said Friday. "It's just a miracle that nobody was killed," State Fire Marshal John Coburn said after inspecting the damage at the Lodge of the Four Seasons. "I've never seen that much damage without fatalities."
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February 16, 1991 | Associated Press
Leaking propane gas caused an explosion and fire that shattered windows and cracked walls at a resort hotel, injuring 18 guests in town for a convention, a state fire official said Friday. "It's just a miracle that nobody was killed," State Fire Marshal John Coburn said after inspecting the damage at the Lodge of the Four Seasons. "I've never seen that much damage without fatalities."
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October 17, 1996 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the south bank of the Missouri River in Kansas City, Mo., the Flamingo Casino--a $110-million riverboat gambling hall--was expected to have opened by Labor Day weekend to throngs of gamblers eager to try their luck at the floating version of Las Vegas. But the glittering Flamingo Casino and its 800 workers have remained idled for weeks after running aground on a local controversy that has proved an embarrassing and costly episode for its owner: Beverly Hills-based Hilton Hotels Corp.
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