Explosion destroys house in Birmingham and leaves man in critical condition

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A man was pulled out of a house in critical condition in Birmingham after an explosion destroyed the property and damaged several other houses.

The man was in the house at the time of the blast and was helped out by people at the scene, West Midlands ambulance service said. Four other people were assessed by ambulance crews for minor conditions and were not taken to hospital, the service said.

West Midlands police said one house had been destroyed and other properties significantly affected, while cars were also damaged after the incident in the Kingstanding area

Man in critical condition after explosion destroys Birmingham house

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