On Tuesday afternoon, in an explosion, the front of a row house in Northeast Philadelphia collapsed.
Firefighters in Philadelphia can be seen pouring water into the exposed front of the house along Algard Street near Levick Street. The Philadelphia Fire Department said dozens of firefighters responded to the scene.
Philadelphia police said the explosion occurred at about 1:20 pm and injured a 61-year-old man. He was taken to the hospital for undisclosed injuries.
Police said the second man was treated at the scene for inhaling smoke.
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The two neighboring houses also seem to have some external damage.
The cause of the explosion is under investigation. The police said that the PGW crew was at the scene.
This story is developing and will be updated.