Four people were injured when an explosion occurred at the Arrive Perimeter apartment complex in Dunwoody, GA yesterday afternoon.  One person suffered a broken leg and at least one other person sustained serious burn injuries in the blast that occurred just before 1:30.

Fire officials told FOX5 News that a gas leak is the suspected source of the explosion. Residents told the news station that they had been complaining about a gas smell for about a week. On the day of the explosion, the leasing manager for the building called Atlanta Gas Light about the gas smell. A crew was en route to the building, located in 2000 block of Asbury Square, when a blast so strong that it caused a partial collapse of the building occurred.

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