Natural gas fire destroys Georgia dental office

A Savannah, Ga.-based dental practice has been extremely damaged after a Nov. 9 natural gas fire, according to NBC and CW+ affiliate WSAV3. 

The fire that engulfed the dental office of Philip Friedman, DDS, was fueled by a gas line, which the gas company was able to cap.

No one was harmed as the dental office was closed at the time of the fire. Officials are investigating the cause of the fire.

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