MANHATTAN (WABC) -- Con Edison has agreed to pay $153 million for a deadly gas explosion in East Harlem.
Eight people were killed in the 2014 blast.
Investigators found Con Ed violated several state safety regulations.
The settlement includes more than $25 million to Con Ed gas customers.
The rest will cover emergency payments made after the explosion and gas safety education campaigns.
Con Ed agrees to pay $153 million for East Harlem gas explosion