Yellow steel tubing in houses poses fire risk if not properly installed
With severe weather season in full swing, fire officials want Minnesotans with homes built after 1989 to check for corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST) - a flexible pipe that, if not properly installed, can be damaged by nearby lightning strikes and start a fire.
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