No Injuries After Massive Explosion Rocks SpaceX Launch Site

The explosion happened "in preparation for today's static fire," and resulted in "the loss of the vehicle and its payload," SpaceX said in a statement.
0:34 | 09/01/16

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Turning now to a developing story no one was hurt when a massive explosion rocked the space -- launch site. At Cape Canaveral Florida SpaceX said it was conducting a a test firing of its unmanned Falcon Rocket when the blast happened shortly after 9 this morning the rocket was supposed to hoist. And Israeli satellite on Saturday this morning's explosion destroyed the rockets buildings several miles away ship from the blast. And multiple explosions continued for several minutes but again. No one was injured.

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