A house explosion in Rogers, Ark. injured one woman on Saturday, May 8, 2021. Firefighters from multiple departments responded to the explosion that took place at about 9 p.m. on Elzeys Road. Mary Chesnut suffered significant burn injuries in the explosion and was taken to the hospital. Neighbors reported hearing a “big huge bang” before rushing to help Chesnut. One neighbor told 4029 News that he turned off the home’s propane tank.

A specially trained task force was called to the scene because the home had already collapsed when they arrived. The Rogers Fire Chief Tom Jenkins, says that explosions like this are “rare.” The explosion remains under investigation, but Jenkins says that propane is a potential cause.

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