Transcript for Texas Home Leveled by Huge Explosion
Now the investigation into a huge explosion that leveled one Texas home and damaged several others. Two people are still in the hospital this morning. But somehow no one thankfully was killed. ABC's Ryan Owens has that story for us. Reporter: Some residents of this north Texas neighborhood still unable to return home this morning, evacuated after a ma massive explosion. We'll send a full response to this location. We hear the explosion and felt it. Reporter: The blast just after 8:00 Monday morning leveling one home, damaging nine more. Went outside and this were things flying. Reporter: Three hurt, two including this woman till in the hospital this morning. Nothing short of a miracle that nobody was killed in this. Reporter: Investigators think a natural gas leak may be to blame. I would say it's the chief suspected cause. Reporter: A concern all across the country with nearly 2.5 million miles of pipes delivering natural gas to our homes. This New Jersey home wiped out back in February. Safety experts say there's not much you can do but rush out of a building if you smell natural gas. They do warn you not to turn on the lights and only call authorities once you're a safe distance away. For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Dallas.
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