Bare Market Still Remains in Kingsbridge

Residents walk by as worker's continue to repair damage at the Morton Williams Supermarket since a November 13 explosion. Photo by David Greene

Residents walk by as worker’s continue to repair damage at the Morton Williams Supermarket since a November 13 explosion. Photo by David Greene

by David Greene

Three-weeks after a still-unexplained explosion, the shelves remain bare at the popular Morton Williams Supermarket at Jerome Avenue and East Kingsbridge Road. Worker’s remain busy at repairing the damage caused by the November 13 explosion, that blew out nearly a dozen store windows and apparently set fire to a section of the stores drop-ceiling. No injuries were reported. The cause of the explosion remains under investigation.

Ceiling tiles are gone and the store shelves are bare since a November 13 explosion at the Kingsbridge supermarket. Photo by David Greene

Ceiling tiles are gone and the store shelves are bare since a November 13 explosion at the Kingsbridge supermarket. Photo by David Greene

Residents of Kingsbridge are unable to do their holiday shopping at the Morton Williams Supermarket on E. Kingsbridge Road, after a November 13 explosion. Photo by David Greene

Residents of Kingsbridge are unable to do their holiday shopping at the Morton Williams Supermarket on E. Kingsbridge Road, after a November 13 explosion. Photo by David Greene

David Greene is a freelance reporter and photographer.
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