LAYTONSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — A propane tank explosion in Laytonsville has obliterated a home and sent two to the hospital Tuesday morning, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue said.
One person that was rescued has a traumatic injury, and has been transported via helicopter to a trauma center.READ MORE: MD-Bred Knicks Go Draws Rail In Bid To Repeat At Pegasus World Cup
Crews responded to the house on the 28000 block of Laytonsville Road around 8 a.m., the house had collapsed and at least one person was trapped and had to be rescued.READ MORE: New Funding Empowers Female Developers, Targets Vacant Houses In West Baltimore
Crews are working to stabilize the house.
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PIO on scene of 23601 Laytonsville Rd. One victim rescued for the structure. Tech rescue crews responding to stabilize structure. pic.twitter.com/HRcHl0wrdw
— Jason Blake (@mcfrsPIO7) September 7, 2021
This is a developing story and will be updated.