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Drone video of the house explosion on Stratton Way. WKOW photo Drone video of the house explosion on Stratton Way. WKOW photo
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    Home explosion Sept. 13, 2017 in Madison. Photo by John Castro.Home explosion Sept. 13, 2017 in Madison. Photo by John Castro.

    A home on Madison's southwest side was leveled by an explosion Wednesday afternoon. A neighbor, John Castro, lives only a block away and photographed what was left of the house. 

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    A home on Madison's southwest side was leveled by an explosion Wednesday afternoon. A neighbor, John Castro, lives only a block away and photographed what was left of the house. 

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  • DRONE VIDEO: House explosion aftermath

    DRONE VIDEO: House explosion aftermath

    Drone video of the house explosion on Stratton Way. WKOW photoDrone video of the house explosion on Stratton Way. WKOW photo

    Investigators continued their search today of a house that exploded Wednesday on Madison’s southwest side. Drone video shows the extent of the damage.

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    Investigators continued their search today of a house that exploded Wednesday on Madison’s southwest side. Drone video shows the extent of the damage.

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MADISON (WKOW) – Investigators continued their search today of a house that exploded Wednesday on Madison’s southwest side.

:Surveillance video from a neighbor, Bart Hake, shows the explosion rattle the windows outside his home. Shortly after, the video shows smoke rising from the destroyed house.

A Madison Fire Department spokesperson says investigative operations will continue on Stratton Way today, Thursday, Sept/. 14, 2017.

Authorities say the search for possible victims continues. Residents who were displaced last night are still unable to return home. Anybody who needs housing assistance should contact the American Red Cross at 414-659-0373.

More on the latest in the investigation is HERE.

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