Natural Gas Explosion Destroys Home Under Construction

The home, valued at $300,000, is listed as a total loss.

Mon October 24, 2016 - Midwest Edition
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Nearby neighbors said they heard a large explosion that shook their homes and rattled windows.
Nearby neighbors said they heard a large explosion that shook their homes and rattled windows.

Local Indiana tv news affliate WRTV is reporting that a natural gas explosion destroyed a home under construction in Noblesville Sunday afternoon.

The house is in a development called Turnberry at The Park near 166th Street and Summer Road.

The Noblesville Fire Department was dispatched to the area shortly after noon.

Nearby neighbors said they heard a large explosion that shook their homes and rattled windows.

Noblesville Fire Investigator, Division Chief Rick Russell, confirmed that damage to the home was caused by a natural gas explosion.

All utilities to the home were shut off to avoid any further danger.

No one was hurt and there was no construction going on in the area at the time of the explosion.

Source: The Indy Channel


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