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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015
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In southern New Jersey the sound could be heard for blocks with a home on a quiet street suddenly exploded. The enormous fireball turning this structure into splinters and injuring at least 15 people. As our Anne Thompson reports it was all caught on tape. It was sudden and spectacular. Police dash cam video capturing a gas explosion that ignited a fire and leveled a Stafford New Jersey home. It happened so quickly the explosion. [Stafford Township volunteer fire department Chief Jack Johnson] W...
Reporter(s):
Anne Thompson
Duration:
00:01:14

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