A house explosion in a Dallas suburb injured at least three people, authorities said Monday.
Plano Fire-Rescue responded to the 4400 block of Cleveland Drive after the explosion around 4:45 p.m., a department spokeswoman told Fox News. Three people were taken to hospital, but the extent of their injuries has not been revealed.
Images posted online showed debris strewn across a residential area and what appeared to be a completely destroyed house.
“Here we go,” a police officer told KTVT-TV.
Investigators have not determined the cause of the explosion, officials said.
“All of a sudden I heard what I thought was my sliding glass door shattering,” neighbor Caroline Klobas told the newspaper. “And I just noticed that two frames on the wall fell off and the sound didn’t match. When my husband walked into our garage, the roof had collapsed.”
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The house was razed to the ground and at least five people were inside at the time of the blast, city spokesman Steve Stoler told Fox News. Houses on both sides of the house where the explosions occurred were also damaged, he said.
Fox News has contacted the Plano Police Department.
Check back for more on this developing story.