Indy blast probe focuses on gas appliances, homes

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Frank Rojas, an employee of Bolls Heating and Cooling, clean and checks a gas furnace Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012, in Indianapolis. An Indianapolis explosion that killed two people and decimated a neighborhood shows some signs that aren't typical of a natural gas explosion cause by an appliance but still could have been tied to a faulty furnace if conditions were right, experts said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The investigation into a deadly Indianapolis explosion has turned to appliances from the destroyed homes.

Indianapolis Homeland Security Director Gary Coons said Tuesday that his "investigators believe natural gas is involved." He said they are "recovering the appliances from destroyed homes to help determine the cause."

The blast Saturday night killed two people and decimated a neighborhood.

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