Dallas building collapse – Reports of 'multiple people hurt' after gas leak EXPLOSION' as firefighters flock to sceneSeptember 29, 2021
FIREFIGHTERS raced to a Dallas apartment complex after a gas leak caused an explosion, reporting leaving "multiple people hurt."
Fire officials rushed to a Two Alarm Fire at 5700 Highland Hills Drive in Dallas, Texas, Wednesday morning.
The large fire at the apartment complex is near Paul Quinn College.
According to NBCFW, part of one of the two-story buildings collapsed as the windows appeared to have been blown out on an adjacent building.
Dallas Fire-Rescue Department were reportedly dispatched to the scene.
There is no confirmation on what caused the leak or if any other residences are affected by the explosion.
It's also not yet clear if there is an active gas leak in the area.
More to follow…
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