Indianapolis fire kills two people

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Investigators are still trying to determine what caused an Indianapolis explosion and fire that killed two people Saturday, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Officials estimated that the explosion caused approximately $3.6 million in damage, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Several homes were evacuated, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Police have not identified the two people who died as a result of the explosion, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The New York Times via the Associated Press reported that the fire centered on four homes.

The radius of damage consumed two blocks, according to the New York Times via the Associated Press.

Seven people were injured in the fire, according to the New York Times via the Associated Press.

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