Indianapolis explosion

Two people were killed and about two dozen homes were damaged by an explosion in a south side Indianapolis neighborhood late Saturday night.
Indianapolis Fire, Indianapolis Police, the ATF, Homeland Security and other agencies are investigating. A
gas leak is suspected but investigators have not yet been able to get close enough to the source to confirm the cause.
Five people were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. St. Francis Hospital says it has admitted one patient in connection with the explosion.
The explosion was reported shortly after 11 p.m. near South Sherman Drive and Stop 11 Road on the south side of Indianapolis. Bonnie Hensley with the Indianapolis Fire Department says the original explosion was on Fieldfare Way in the Richmond Hill subdivision. Homes on both sides of Alcona Drive were damaged. She added that more than 100 firefighters responded to the fire.
IFD has confirmed at least two people died in the explosion. Fire officials say the victims were in one or both of the houses that were destroyed by the explosion.