House explosion kills woman in Tennessee, fire chief says
ARRINGTON, Tenn. (WSMV/Gray News) - A woman is dead after a house exploded overnight in the town of Arrington, Tennessee.
According to the Arrington Fire Department, crews responded to a house fire around 2:30 a.m. at 5027 Wilson Pike on Friday. They arrived to find the home destroyed with heavy smoke and flames still coming from the structure.
The Arrington fire chief confirms that a woman died when the home exploded. Her family identified her as 69-year-old Janice Rhine.
Two nearby homes also sustained damage.
The fire investigation points to a leaking propane tank as the cause of the explosion.
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