1. Blast

    Body Found In Kansas City Rubble

    Firemen and utility workers respond to a gas explosion and massive fire Tuesday night, Feb. 19, 2013 in the Plaza shopping district in Kansas City, Mo. A car crashed into a gas main in the upscale shopping district, sparking a massive blaze that engulfed an entire block and caused multiple injuries, police said  (AP Photo/Ed Zurga)

    Emergency response to gas explosion in Kansas City on Tuesday night. (Ed Zurga/AP)

    Search crews found a body in the rubble of the Kansas City, Mo., restaurant that exploded last night. The natural-gas detonation at JJ's injured at least 15 other people, at least four critically, and sent flames shooting above the buildings of the downtown shopping district. “It sounded like thunder, but it felt like an earthquake,” said witness Tracy Truitt. Due to the smell of natural gas at the restaurant earlier in the evening, JJ’s employees had been canceling reservations—causing the restaurant to be relatively empty when the explosion happened.

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