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Driver charged after car crashes into London home, causing gas explosion

Seven people were injured and about 100 homes had to be evacuated after a house explosion in a southwestern Ontario city caused a massive fire late Wednesday night. Police say the blast in London, Ont., was caused by a vehicle slamming into a home and hitting a gas line. Acting Deputy Fire Chief Jack Burt says the damage from the blast is extensive. (The Canadian Press)

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