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Images: The day after Long Grove house explosion

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Debris is scattered onto the adjacent golf course in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove. The home to the right is a neighboring house, and all that remained of the house which exploded was the foundation.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

Debris is scattered past a golf course cart path in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

Crews were busy Saturday with the aftermath of a Long Grove house explosion. This debris is all the remained of the house that exploded late Friday in the Royal Melbourne subdivision. Authorities said no one was seriously injured.

Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer

Crews were busy Saturday with the aftermath of a Long Grove house explosion. This debris is all the remained of the house that exploded late Friday in the Royal Melbourne subdivision. Authorities said no one was seriously injured.

Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer

Crews were busy Saturday with the aftermath of a Long Grove house explosion. This debris is all the remained of the house that exploded late Friday in the Royal Melbourne subdivision. Authorities said no one was seriously injured.

Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer

A car rests in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

A car rests in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

Investigators view the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

The house next to the home destroyed in Friday night's explosion in Long Grove was among those that were severely damaged in the blast.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

The house next to the home destroyed in Friday night's explosion in Long Grove was among those that were severely damaged in the blast.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

The house next to the home destroyed in Friday night's explosion in Long Grove was among those that were severely damaged in the blast.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

A member of a crew of contractors stands in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove. The crew was pumping water out of the basement in order to facilitate the investigation of the blast.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

Debris extends past a golf course cart path in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove. The homes in the background are neighboring homes which were damaged in the blast.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

Members of a crew of contractors work in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove. The crew was pumping water out of the basement in order to facilitate the investigation of the blast.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

No less than two burned cars rest in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

Boards, insulation and other debris extend into nearby trees in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

Debris litters a golf course cart path in the aftermath of Friday's night's explosion of a home in Long Grove.

Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

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An aerial view shows the rubble and ashes that are all that's left of a Long Grove house that exploded Friday night. Debris that flew everywhere in the neighborhood also damaged the three surrounding houses.

Courtesy of ABC 7 Chicago

Gallery updated: 4/26/2014 9:05 PM

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Images from an explosion that leveled a Long Grove house and damaged others may have been caused by natural gas.
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