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A fire erupts after a tugboat and barge (Credit: AP)

A fire erupts after a tugboat and barge hit a gas pipeline Tuesday night in Perot Bay in Lafourche Parish, La. (March 13, 2013)

Louisiana gas pipeline fire

Four people were injured in the Louisiana gas pipeline fire that started Tuesday. It is expected to burn until Thursday. The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating.

A fire erupts after a tugboat and barge
(Credit: AP)

A fire erupts after a tugboat and barge hit a gas pipeline Tuesday night in Perot Bay in Lafourche Parish, La. (March 13, 2013)

A fire burns after a tugboat and barge
(Credit: AP)

A fire burns after a tugboat and barge hit a gas pipeline Tuesday night in Perot Bay in Lafourche Parish, La. (March 13, 2013)

This U.S. Coast Guard photo shows a natural
(Credit: Getty Images/ Handout)

This U.S. Coast Guard photo shows a natural gas pipeline burning after it was hit by the tugboat Shanon E. Setton, 30 miles from New Orleans. Four people were injured. The Coast Guard is investigating. (March, 12, 2013)

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A fire burns Wednesday after a tugboat and
(Credit: AP)

A fire burns Wednesday after a tugboat and barge hit a gas pipeline Tuesday night in Perot Bay in Lafourche Parish, La., about 30 miles south of New Orleans. (March 13, 2013)

A natural gas pipeline burns after being hit
(Credit: Getty Images)

A natural gas pipeline burns after being hit by the tugboat Shanon E. Setton near Bayou Perot, south of New Orleans. The tug, pushing a barge loaded with crude oil struck a natural gas line, causing the fire and injuring at least four people. (March 13, 2012)

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