Provo home explodes; woman injured
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No other properties were believed to be at risk, and the gas to the exploded home had been turned off after fire officials arrived on scene.
The woman’s dog also was pulled from the house in good condition, but a bit singed in the explosion, York said.
There may have been other animals inside at the time of the blast, York added, but investigators could not immediately find other pets.
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