DENVER (CBS4) – Denver firefighters rushed to a home on Quitman Street near 3rd Avenue after they say it exploded. It happened at around 9 a.m. on Saturday.
Fire officials say no one was inside the home at the time, but the building suffered extensive damage. Firefighters say neighboring homes saw minimal damage, but specifics were not detailed.READ MORE: COVID In Colorado: Doctors React To FDA Decision On Vaccine Booster Shots For Only Targeted Group
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#DenverFireDepartment is on scene of an explosion that occured in an unoccupied home at 260 Quitman. Damage to the home is extensive. Fire investigators responding to evaluate the cause. No injuries occurred & there is minimal damage to nearby homes. @DenSafetyDept @CityofDenver pic.twitter.com/WcLwLs4n96READ MORE: Barry Morphew Will Stand Trial For Murder Of Wife Suzanne
— Denver Fire Dept. (@Denver_Fire) July 24, 2021
It’s not clear what caused the explosion. No injuries were reported.