More Than 10 People Hurt After Bungalow Explodes at Camp in New York
NEW YORK — June 8, 2018
This night, 14 people have been injured at a camp for teenage boys, three of them are in critical condition.
It happened when the boys returned to their bungalow on Cromwell Road, smelled gas, and opened a window. That moment, the building blew up, said witnesses. They added that the explosions were so powerful that could be felt in a nearby bungalow.
According to the department commissioner of Emergency Services for Orange County, Vini Tankasali, the injured are being treated at an area hospital.
There are teenage boys from New York City, and possibly Brooklyn.
The unregistered version doesn't confirm the explosion was the result of a gas leak. The blaze were putting out by eight fire departments in around 40 minutes.
The cause of the blast is under investigation.