Good work, BRD. This house is almost identical to ours. So glad the lady was OK. I really feel bad for her.
Great pics BRD!I feel terrible for this woman. Wondering if she had any belongings to salvage before the excavator flattened her home and foamed it.
I was wondering the same thing about her possessions. I mean, 77 years worth of living, I bet she had some things precious to her in that house. How disorienting and difficult for her.... Hope she was able to get a few things to hold on to, and I hope she has loving family to go to.
I live in one of those triple brick homes as well...Shame to see it destroyed.Curious if it was a backdraft explosion or a Natural Gas one? If the opening in the picture was from the explosion.
Natural Gas explosions leave a larger amount of damage in the Upper sections, "ligter than air", while LPG would leave lower level damage predominant, "heavier than air"... Backdraft would have meant the entire house was "charged" and blew when she opened the door - but that didn't seem to be the case if the downstairs furniture was Intact...These are just observations based on the science of fire investigation without actual knowledge of this particular case...