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Official: Steam Line Failure Appears to be Cause of Steam Plume

An official with Duluth Energy Systems says it appears a failure from a steam line near Fon-du-Luth Casino caused a plume of steam around East Superior Street Wednesday morning. An official with Duluth Energy Systems says it appears a failure from a steam line near Fon-du-Luth Casino caused a plume of steam around East Superior Street Wednesday morning. |  Photo: WDIO

Updated: December 05, 2018 09:50 PM

An official with Duluth Energy Systems says it appears a failure from a steam line near Fon-du-Luth Casino caused a plume of steam around East Superior Street Wednesday morning. 

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It happened just before 7 a.m. The company said, "it appears an expansion joint from a steam line failed," which led to the large amount of steam. 

No one was injured. Officials with the company are investigating the incident.

Duluth Energy Systems is a city-owned steam plant that provides heat to buildings around the downtown area. 

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