A gas leak causes an explosion in a home in Holcombe

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Investigators are trying to pin down the cause of a gas leak that led to a house explosion. It happened at around 7:00 last night on 263rd street near Holcombe. The Cornell Fire Chief tells us no one was home and nobody was injured. The blast left structural damage to the home and the windows and doors in the basement were blown out. The source of the gas leak is unclear.

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