Police: Man Found Dead After Md. Apartment Blast That Injured 14 Likely Caused Fire

Police: man found dead after md. Apartment blast that injured 14 likely caused fire

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Montgomery County officials say a man whose body was recovered after an explosion at an apartment complex in Gaithersburg, Maryland, committed suicide and likely caused the blast that injured at least 14 others. WBAL’s Kate Amara reports.

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