Building Leveled, Firefighters Injured in Seattle Gas Explosion

Investigators are trying to figure out the exact cause of the natural gas explosion.
0:41 | 03/09/16

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Investigators are trying to figure out the exact cause a large and natural gas explosion in Seattle Washington overnight the fire department spokeswoman says the blast happened about forty minutes after crews arrived. Two investigating gas leak reports nine firefighters suffered minor injuries but no residents were hurt. An apartment building and other dwellings were evacuated as a precaution. I was like seven blocks away but I felt you know there if this is devastating this is. I'm so shaken up right now I'm. The blast leveled buildings housing at least for small businesses natural gas supplies to the neighborhood were cut off. Firefighters continue dousing the rubble with water.

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