MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Investigators are working to determine what caused an explosion and fire that damaged a building housing four apartments in south Minneapolis.
Authorities say nobody was home when the explosion occurred Tuesday afternoon. But, a dog was killed in the blast.
One tenant, Rob Ayott, tells KSTP-TV he lost everything he owns in the fire, including his artwork, violin and collection of action figures.
Centerpoint Energy is working with fire investigators on a possible cause.
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