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“We don’t want to be next,” Oklahoma City neighbors still searching for answers after explosive levels near home

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A subway neighborhood is still scratching its head, wondering why a nearby area house suddenly exploded Last Friday. Several neighbors told News 4 they believe it was a gas leak. However, Oklahoma Natural Gas said it is still investigating and has not found any gas leaks to date.

“We have small children. We don’t want to be next,” said Linsey Davenport, who lives below.

Caleb Biles, another neighbor, told KFOR: “I worry about whether I should stay here.

Around 3 p.m. on December 3, a house near Northwest 40NS and Penn suddenly exploded, sending debris everywhere.

“I ran outside and looked for a branch, or something on the roof of my house. Then I looked down the street and there was just a big cloud of smoke and a lot of paper going up into the air. The house is gone, people are running down to see what happened,” Biles said.

Davenport said: “I immediately jumped up, because I thought something had hit my house. “I ran down there and when I saw what happened, I was terrified. And, I am very sad that that person has lost everything”.

https://kfor.com/news/local/we-dont-want-to-be-next-oklahoma-city-neighbors-still-searching-for-answers-after-explosion-levels-nearby-home/ “We don’t want to be next,” Oklahoma City neighbors still searching for answers after explosive levels near home

JACLYN DIAZ

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