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St. Paul House Explodes


MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A huge explosion jolted a St. Paul neighborhood Friday morning, sending 80-year-old John Lundahl to the hospital, and blowing out windows and walls of nearby homes. A nearby security camera captured the explosion rip the house apart, spewing an enormous fireball. The home was leveled, and others have been evacuated.It happened at about 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Payne Avenue and Edgerton Street. Fire officials believe some kind of a natural gas leak caused the home to explode. Firefighters found Lundahl near the back of the home. His family says he’s being treated for burns, scrapes and bruises at Regions Hospital. Source

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