A propane-related house explosion in Fayette County killed a woman and seriously injured her husband on Saturday, July 11. Fire investigators believe propane caused the explosion but will continue investigating to determine the ignition source. When first responders arrived at the scene in the 1900 block of Good Hope-New Holland Road SE, they found a structure fire and debris field that indicated an explosion. Patricia Miller (70) and her husband Ted Miller (71) were inside the home when Patricia sadly died. Ted was seriously injured. He was airlifted to a trauma center in Columbus.

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