WV Fire Marshal’s Office investigating after 1 injured in Beaver explosion

BEAVER, W.Va. — The state Fire Marshal’s Office is working to determine the cause of an explosion and fire that happened a lottery parlor in Raleigh County.

Mountaineer Gas crews responded to the incident Sunday night at Judy’s off Route 19 in Beaver.

A woman was treated for injuries Cabell Huntington Hospital’s Burn Intensive Care Unit after a partial collapse of the building. Her name and condition is unknown.

The cause of the explosion is believed to be from a gas leak, but it’s unknown what caused the build-up of natural gas.

There was no foul play, according to authorities.





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