Six people were hurt Monday afternoon when a home exploded in a Plano neighborhood, fire officials say.
At this time, it’s unknown what caused the explosion at the home on the 4400 block of Cleveland Drive. Whatever the source of the detonation, the home was leveled, debris was scattered for hundreds of feet around and the shockwave reportedly shook buildings at least a mile away.
“When we arrived, we found the home of origin of course with major catastrophic damage,” said Captain Peggy Harrell of Plano Fire Rescue.
The Plano Fire Department confirmed six people were hurt in the explosion. Three people were transported to Medical Center of Plano. Three others were transported to Children’s Medical Center Plano. One person was inside the home where the explosion occurred. The other five patients were inside the house to the left of the explosion. Officials have not released any information about the victims, including the extent of their injuries. More information about the Plano home explosion can be found in this NBCDFW 5 News article.
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