EDMOND, Okla. — Gov. Kevin Stitt took to Twitter to share his thoughts and prayers for the family involved in a house explosion in Edmond early Thursday morning.
Sarah and I are heartbroken by the news of an explosion at a home in Edmond this morning and the tragic loss of a child. I am actively monitoring the situation and have offered our full support as the response and investigation into this incident continues. pic.twitter.com/9UqGlODPko— Governor Kevin Stitt (@GovStitt) September 24, 2020
Fire crews responded to a house explosion near East Memorial Road and Midwest Boulevard, according to KOCO News 5 in Oklahoma City.
One person is dead, three others are injured and were taken to a hospital, fire officials told KOCO. Their conditions are unknown at this time.
The house is located in the 8000 block Northeast 139th Street.
It is unknown what caused the explosion at this time.
Oklahoma City Fire Department posted updated pictures of the house explosion on Twitter:
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