A building exploded this morning in Farmington, Maine, killing one firefighter.
Here's what we know so far:
- Where it happened: The fire department was responding to a report of a gas smell at the newly renovated LEAP building when it exploded. LEAP — which stands for Life Enrichment Advancing People — is a group that provides services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
- The victims: A firefighter was killed and another six people were injured in the explosion.
- The possible cause: A preliminary investigation showed that a propane or natural gas leak may have caused the explosion.