Crews in southwest Indiana are searching for survivors after a deadly house explosion, that was caught on camera, killed at least three people on Wednesday afternoon. NBC’s Jesse Kirsch reports for TODAY on the rescue efforts currently underway.
At least three people are dead after a home exploded in Indiana. Stunned residents fled from their shattered homes seconds after the blast to find the neighborhood destroyed. Firefighters didn’t need 911 calls to jump-start them into action. They also felt the blast and were on the truck before they were even dispatched. Killed in the blast were 43-year-old Charles Hite and his 37-year-old wife, Martina, who lived in the house that exploded, and an unidentified neighbor.