Child dies and four injured after gas explosion destroys homes in Lancashire

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Child dies and four injured after gas explosion destroys homes in Lancashire” – below is their description.

    A young child has been killed in a suspected gas explosion which caused two houses to collapse in Heysham, Lancashire.

    Lancashire Fire said on Twitter that 10 units were called to a row of houses on Mallowdale Avenue around 2.30am on Sunday. Firefighters were searching a collapsed property.

    Nearby residents said they heard a blast that sounded and felt like a “minor earthquake” or a bomb.

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