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16 May 2018, 10:13 | Glen Norman
One person is dead after an explosion at an office building
"We are trying to understand was the explosion an accident or an explosive device went off", said Pennesi.
The explosion happened on the first floor of the two-story office building at 5 Mareblu said Orange County Fire Authority, KTLA reports.
The powerful blast blew out almost the entire bottom floor, officials said.
Authorities initially indicated a auto had crashed into the building, but Bommarito said later that did not appear to be the case.
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He said investigators had not found an explosive device at the scene.
Officials originally believed the explosion was caused by a auto crashing into the building, but Orange County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Carrie Braun said no vehicle was involved and the department was investigating how the explosion occurred. The person who died was inside the building at the time of the blast, officials said.
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The blast involved a building under renovation but the cause was not immediately known, Fennessy said. There were early reports that a auto had crashed into the building, but that turned out not to be the case. The cause of the blast is being investigated. The injured were taken to a hospital. No children were hurt, officials said. They were being reunited with parents at a nearby store parking lot.
"The survivors' injuries were consistent with an explosion, but not necessarily consistent with a bomb". Officials said the structure, which fire officials described as a medical office building, appeared to be under construction.
Although the cause of the blast was still unknown, Bommarito told reporters around 3:30 p.m. that there was "no immediate hazard" to the community.
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