Deadly house explosion in Florissant

ST. LOUIS – A deadly home explosion occurred overnight in North County.

The blast happened around 1:30am on Parker Road in Florissant. One person died in the fire and the other four were taken to a hospital.

That Blackjack Fire Protection District The fire chief said there was a lot of confusion initially – they had had reports of a car driving into a house with people trapped, but when crews arrived it was discovered that there was no vehicle in the house. Environmental arson was called to the scene because firefighters said there could be another possible victim.

The mother shared that there were children over at the house and crews were still trying to determine how many there were. The battalion commander said the explosion appeared to have happened in the garage, as it had completely disappeared when it arrived. He said two of the four victims who were taken to hospitals had burns. The county police contacted the Bomb and Arson Agency to investigate the explosion at the home. Neighbors said there was a loud bang that woke them up.

“I walked out my front door thinking a car had crashed in front of my house or something. I looked down there and it looked like normal traffic was passing by. i know what i heard A few minutes later, the fire department had left the fire department. I know these guys on last week’s shift, so I thought let’s see what happened.

The fire chief said this was still an ongoing investigation. The cause of the explosion has not yet been found.

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Nate Jones

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