2 dead and 1 injured after an explosion took place in a house in Jaipur

An LPG cylinder explosion took place in a house at Chaura Rasta area in Walled City in Jaipur on March 2. The incident took place in the morning. The explosion took place on the lower floor and the impact was felt on the upper floor as well
According to the sources, a part of the house where the blast occurred also collapsed after the explosion. Two people died after getting buried in the debris whereas a woman was injured in this incident and suffered 50 per cent burns.
As soon as the incident was reported the fire tenders immediately rushed to the spot and conducted the rescue operation.
According to the officials the blast, which occurred at a house may have been caused by a leaking cooking gas cylinder which may have burst after lighting a matchstick or switching the power on.
Sources further revealed that there was a gas leakage from a cylinder in the kitchen which led to the blast.

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