2 killed, over 80 homes affected in Indianapolis explosion

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Two people were killed in an explosion that destroyed two homes and set several others on fire in an Indianapolis neighborhood late Saturday night, news sources report.

The flames forced hundreds of residents to flee their homes and took firefighters over two hours to contain the fire of nearly three dozen homes, FOX news reports.

Two adults were killed and seven others went local hospitals due to the explosion and related fires, said Deputy Chief Kenny Bacon of the Indianapolis Fire Department, CNN reports.

The cause of the explosion remains unknown, and investigation is still underway, Lieut. Bonnie Hensley with the Indianapolis Fire Department Hensley said Saturday.

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