Two people were injured in a Logan County house fire caused by a natural gas explosion on Monday evening. The West Virginia State Fire Marshal says the explosion was related to a natural gas issue. Fire officials arrived at the scene in the Davin area off Route 10 to find the house destroyed. A man and a woman were inside the house at the time of the incident. Both sustained serious burn injuries and were taken to Cabell Huntington Burn Center where they are in stable condition. A firefighter was hospitalized and released for minor burn injuries and heat exhaustion.
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