Indiana house explosion kills at least three, damages nearby homes | USA TODAY
Evansville Fire officials said the explosion had a 100-foot blast radius and damaged about 40 homes. At least three people were killed.
The residential street was littered with shrapnel and the incident damaged dozens of other buildings, authorities said. T here is no word yet on what caused it.
The explosion, which was reported just before 1 p.m. appears to have completely destroyed the home where it occurred, according to a photo Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke posted to social media. Neighboring homes suffered heavy damage.
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