Massachusetts gas explosions: Teenager dead, multiple injured as at least 60 to 100 homes on fire, evacuations ordered | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Massachusetts gas explosions: Teenager dead, multiple injured as at least 60 to 100 homes on fire, evacuations ordered

Massachusetts emergency services were responding to a series of "suspected gas explosions" in multiple communities outside of Boston on Thursday evening. Reports state that there have been over 60 explosions in the area which have left the resident unable to "see the sky" because of the billowing smoke from the houses.

Massachusetts State Police (MSP), shortly after the incident, tweeted that their troopers were on the scene at "17 separate addresses for fire, explosion, or investigation" in the towns of Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover, according to reports.

Latest reports state that one teenager has died in the incident and multiple people have been reported injured. The injured were taken to the Lawrence General Hospital; the doctors did not release details severity of the injuries.

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