A 66-year-old woman died after her mobile home exploded in Taylor, MI last Thursday. Fire crews responded to the report of an explosion at the Robbinwood Mobile Home Park at about 9:00 P.M. When they arrived, they found the mobile home engulfed in flames. Cynthia Marie Parsell was watching TV in her mobile home when there was an explosion in the kitchen. Investigators say the explosion happened near a gas stove, which had been recently installed by a third-party contractor. Neighbors reported smelling natural gas before the incident. Family members say that Parsell had recently been diagnosed with cancer and was going through chemotherapy, which may have affected her sense of smell and prevented her from being able to smell if there was a gas leak.

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