Explosion: 4 killed, 2 injured in Michigan home blast heard for miles

DEXTER, Michigan – A devastating explosion rocked a neighborhood in Dexter, Michigan, killing 4 people and injuring 2 others, according to local police. The explosion, which could be heard for miles, destroyed multiple homes and sent debris flying in all directions.

Authorities are still investigating the cause of the explosion, but initial reports suggest that it may have been caused by a natural gas leak. Residents in the area reported smelling gas prior to the explosion, raising concerns about the safety of the infrastructure in the neighborhood.

The explosion has left the community in shock and mourning, as families grapple with the sudden loss of their loved ones and the destruction of their homes. Emergency responders rushed to the scene to provide aid and support to the victims and their families.

Dexter Mayor, Emily Bohn, expressed her condolences to the families affected by the tragedy and pledged to support them in every way possible. She urged the community to come together and offer their support to those in need during this difficult time.

The investigation into the cause of the explosion is ongoing, and authorities are working to ensure the safety of the surrounding area. The names of the victims have not been released as the authorities work to notify their families.

In the wake of this tragedy, the community has come together to support one another and offer assistance to those affected. The impact of this devastating explosion will be felt for a long time, and the community is rallying to provide support and aid to those in need.