Bend Police are investigating an explosion that rocked a northeast Bend neighborhood on Sunday night.
So far we known two residents of the home where life-flighted to a Portland burn unit Sunday night with third-degree burns. The Red Cross is currently helping the residents with housing assistance.
The home, located near the corner of Hidden Valley Drive and Weddell Street, sustained damage to the garage door and side yard. The damage was visible from the outside of the home and police have since posted that the home is unsafe to enter.
However, according to Central Oregon Daily’s Austin Reed, one resident of the home was allowed back into the house to collect some belongings and her dog, who was unharmed.
The Bend Police Department said they hope to release more information on what caused the explosion as the investigation progresses.
No other homes or people were impacted by the incident.