Day of mourning for power plant victims

MIDDLETOWN - Connecticut observed a day of mourning Wednesday for the victims of last weekend's power plant explosion in Middletown.

Five people died and more than a dozen were injured when a gas line exploded.

Flags in Connecticut were flown at half staff in honor of the victims.

Meanwhile, investigators said Wednesday they're concerned continuing work at the power plant may be compromising their investigation into the cause of the blast.

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