TORONTO, Aug. 10 (UPI) -- Two people were injured Sunday in a massive propane explosion that rocked a Toronto neighborhood, officials say.
Residents within a one-mile radius of the Sunrise Propane depot in the city's northwest side were evacuated early Sunday, with buses brought in to take them away from the disaster zone, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported.
Witnesses said multiple explosions began just before 4 a.m., with the first explosion so big it could be heard more than 4 miles away. It reportedly shook nearby homes, setting them on fire and blowing out windows.
The blast sent propane tanks soaring into the air and produced a six-alarm fire with more than 100 firefighters responding to the scene, the CBC reported.