Officials: Natural Gas Caused Princeton Blast
Two were burned in Tuesday's house explosion
Officials say natural gas caused a house explosion that injured two people in Princeton. WNIN’s John Gibson reports:
Tuesday’s blast on Hart St. near Clark St. demolished the upper story of a two-story house that had been divided into apartments.
The Princeton fire department says its investigators and the state fire marshal’s office determined it was a natural gas explosion.
Maintenance crews were reported working on a furnace in the house when the blast occurred.
The two patients were transported to local hospitals with burns.