At least 2 seriously injured after house explosion near Uxbridge, police say
Oct. 09, 2019
Durham Regional Police say at least two people have been seriously injured after a house explosion in Zephyr, northwest of Uxbridge.
A police spokesperson told Global News emergency crews were called to the area of Dafoe Street and Zephyr Road, near Concession 3 Road, just before 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
The spokesperson said two of the people were seriously injured.
A spokesperson for Ornge air ambulance told Global News a crew from Toronto was sent to transport a patient to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.
Police said there was information the explosion might be related to a furnace issue, but investigators weren’t able to definitively confirm the cause as of Tuesday evening.
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