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Carstensen Contracting of Pipestone Minn. was installing a water pipeline near Watford City Thursday July 27 when it damaged a natural gas liquids pipeline owned by OneokNo one was hurt but the damage caused the release of an estimated 3000 barrels or 126000 gallons of natural gas liquidsIt is at least the second natural gas pipeline the contractor has damaged in North Dakota while installing water pipelines for the Western Area Water Supply Project in the northwest part of the stateIn addition city leaders in Fort Dodge Iowa "agreed to part ways" with Carstensen Contracting last summer after the contractor hit 20 underground utility lines in less than three months while working on a sewer project said City Engineer Tony TrotterThe Fort Dodge Messenger reported Carstensen workers broke four gas lines broke three water service lines knocked down an overhead electrical line and cut a phone line The company also left sandbags in a manhole causing two sewage backups the newspaper reportedTrotter said Carstensen Contracting completed a successful project for Fort Dodge a year earlierThe North Dakota Public Service Commission recently fined Carstensen $15000 after investigating an alleged violation of the North Dakota One Call Law connected to damage of a different natural gas pipeline in 2015In that case investigators determined that Carstensen called 811 four hours after damaging a natural gas pipeline in Williston according to the PSC complaint State law requires companies to call the hotline at least 48 hours before an excavationOneok which also owned that pipeline alleged in a complaint that the incident caused $61000 in damages and the loss of $294000 worth of wellhead natural gas In addition a local homeowner had to evacuate for a day due to safety reasons Oneok said in its complaintCarstensen reached a consent agreement with the PSC this spring which included suspending $5000 of the fine on the condition that the company commit no further violations within five yearsPublic Service Commissioner Brian Kroshus said regulators have not received a complaint about last week’s pipeline strike but the commission plans to investigate and could consider requiring the rest of the fine or filing a new complaint if the company is found at fault for the most recent incident "We will be taking a very close look at it" Kroshus saidThird-party damage to pipelines is by far the leading cause of pipeline spills Kroshus saidIn last Thursday’s incident Brad Carstensen vice president for Carstensen Contracting said the company took the necessary steps to locate underground oil and gas pipelines including calling 811 and doing a hydro excavation to determine the depth of the pipelinesThe company is investigating why equipment struck the natural gas pipeline while crews were boring underneath two pipelines in McKenzie County On the same project Carstensen workers completed 25 other natural gas pipeline crossings in 7 miles without incident the company’s vice president said"It’s a very very dense area for underground pipelines gas and oil pipelines" Carstensen saidThe pipeline that was damaged serves Oneok’s Bear Creek natural gas processing plant The pipeline is now repaired and back in service but the damage caused the gas plant to be down for three days Oneok said in a statementCarstensen said the company has since put a safety coordinator on the project full time instead of a couple of days a week and added a foreman with a lot of boring experience to manage the crewThe Western Area Water Supply board selected Carstensen as the contractor because the company was the lowest bidder said Mark Owan chairman of the board"From our perspective they’ve always done good work" Owan saidFew statistics are available about how often pipeline strikes occur in North Dakota The PSC investigated 18 One Call complaints that related to pipelines last year down from 31 in 2015 and 2014 But not all pipeline strikes lead to complaintsThe PSC is trying to get pipeline owners to voluntarily report how many line strikes occur each year Kroshus said"The more information and data we have on hand we can identify certain patterns that way and use it for educational purposes and awareness programs" Kroshus saidUpon arrival officers encountered two individuals near the intersection of South 22nd Street and 24th Avenue South One of these individuals was armed with a firearm and the other individual was in close proximity The armed subject refused commands provided by the officers and two officers discharged their firearms in response to a “perceived threat posed by the armed subject” the department saidThe officers immediately rendered first aid to the subject and called paramedics but the individual did not surviveGrand Forks Police Chief Mark Nelson offered few details about the shooting during a press conference Sunday morning noting that the department is still in the “early stages” of the investigation“Any specifics relevant to the case will be released as we move further through the investigation” he saidNelson said there is no “textbook definition” for a “perceived threat”“A perceived threat would be any threat that that could be perceived by the general public as a threat toward themselves or another individual or the officers involved” Nelson said Names of the officers and subject are not being released at this time pending family notifications The two officers involved have been placed on administrative leave per department policy Nelson said the names will be released as they move forward in the investigation“In fairness to both the officers and the deceased this is a trying time for them and their families so we want to take every opportunity we have to make sure all family members are notified” Nelson saidThe Bureau of Criminal Investigation is investigating this officer-involved shooting per department policyNelson said once BCI completes its investigation it is then turned over to the state’s attorney’s office who will review the files and then make a determination about whether or not charges will be filedNelson said that when an officer asks a person to do something “voluntary compliance is the best way to ensure that officer safety and your own safety”“We don’t take this lightly there’s a multitude of people’s lives who took a drastic turn this morning and that’s something we take very seriously” he said This is the second officer-involved shooting in the area in less than a week On Thursday an officer-involved shooting in Devils Lake resulted in the death of Daniel A Fuller a 26-year-old from Devils LakeThe last officer-involved shooting in Grand Forks was in 2015 when UND Police Officer Jerad Braaten fired his weapon into a pickup outside Altru Hospital after the driver David James Elliott "accelerated rapidly" ramming into a Grand Forks County sheriff’s deputy’s squad carElliott survived the ordeal and later pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment chargesThe last officer-involved shooting in the city involving Grand Forks police was about 10 years ago Nelson said He said believes the department has had extensive training in “de-escalation” “I believe that many times officers have been placed in situations that could have turned tragic but they were able to work through the situation and bring it to successful resolution” he said“That’s the next step, Pheasants Forever Inc.” the statement read in part. or anywhere else in our world.Participants should enter through Door 1 on the school’s southwest side.Police say no foul play was involved. 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