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Recent house explosions in the Mitchell area

Sunday: Natural gas explosion, 808 W. Second Ave., Mitchell, no injuries. Aug. 23, 2010: Natural gas explosion, Menno. An occupant of the home, 56-year-old Gail Guthmiller, was killed and at least two other people were injured. Aug. 17, 2010: Nat...

Sunday: Natural gas explosion, 808 W. Second Ave., Mitchell, no injuries.

Aug. 23, 2010: Natural gas explosion, Menno. An occupant of the home, 56-year-old Gail Guthmiller, was killed and at least two other people were injured.

Aug. 17, 2010: Natural gas explosion, 718 E. Hanson Ave., Mitchell. The home's occupant, Jose Aguirre, 38, suffered severe burns but survived.

Oct. 12, 2007: Propane explosion, Wessington Springs. The home's occupant, Darrick Van Dyke, 28, suffered severe burns but survived.

March 8, 2007: Natural gas explosion, 1612 Bridle Drive, Mitchell, no serious injuries.

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