Reported natural gas explosion collapses building in Denver

- Denver fire crews responded to a reported natural gas explosion Tuesday afternoon.

Aerial video from FOX31 in Denver shows a partially collapsed building with shrapnel covering the ground in many directions.

A witness told FOX31 the building, at 4th Avenue and Santa Fe Drive, might house about six people.

Ten people were first reported injured, but Denver fire downgraded the number to eight. Six of those injured were outside the building when it exploded.

One woman was pulled from the rubble. Denver fire said she was talking before being taken to the hospital.

All of the residents have not been accounted for, FOX31 reported.

The Denver Fire Department said one person is trapped in the rubble. It was unclear if that person was rescued.

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