On Monday morning authorities updated the public about the East Cleveland home that exploded on Sunday afternoon . Here's what we learned from police chief Michael Cardilli and other officials:
- At least four homes, and possibly more, are considered uninhabitable after the house at 1073 E. 125th Street exploded. Hundreds more are damaged.
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- At least 10 people have been displaced.
- The home was sold in May to new owners, but it was not occupied at the time of the explosion.
- The identity of the woman who died in the explosion has not yet been released.
- A 51-year-old man named who was injured in the blast is in critical condition in the burn unit at MetroHealth Medical Center.
- A $5,000 reward is being offered for any information about the explosion. Anyone with information is encouraged to call 1-800-589-2728.
- A female person of interest turned herself into police and is talking to detectives. She has not been charged with a crime.
- The state fire marshal is investigating the cause.
Watch the full press conference below.