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One injured in Marlborough house explosion

One man was injured after an explosion at this home located at 15 Grant Ct.

Marlborough – One man was injured after an explosion early this morning at a home located at 15 Grant Ct.

According to a press release from Deputy Fire Chief Ron Ayotte, upon arrival firefighters found that a section of the house was on fire and that the walls of the house had been blown out and collapsed.

The man, who has not yet been identified by authorities, was able to make it out of the house. He was then transported to UMass Medical Center in Worcester for injuries sustained from the explosion.

The cause of the explosion and fire is being investigated by the Marlborough Fire Department’s Fire Investigations Unit and the State Fire Marshal. (Photos/Deputy Chief Ron Ayotte, Marlborough Fire Department)

 

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2 Comments for “One injured in Marlborough house explosion”

  1. What a fortunate man to escape. I hope his injuries are slight.

  2. I lost both of my parents and very nearly died myself in a gas explosion when I was fifteen. These explosions are preventable now, thought they were not then. Get a CH4 detector, and if you ever smell gas, GET OUT.

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