A late Saturday night explosion in Indianapolis, killed at least two people and damaged dozens of homes.
Investigators aren't sure what caused the fiery blast but they are looking into a gas leak as one of the possible causes.
An explosion leveled homes in the middle of and Indianapolis neighborhood, killing at least two people and injuring several others. The force of the blast knocked garage doors off their tracks, shattered windows and tore siding off of houses.
Fire officials say the damage is massive, spanning two blocks in every direction. Firefighters searched the damaged homes and say everyone is accounted for.
Emergency officials evacuated at least 200 people, and investigators say it could take weeks to determine the cause of the explosion.
Police have not identified the people who died or were injured.