A gas leak is the suspected source of a July 27 house explosion in Rome, WI that killed former volunteer fire chief Mike Revolinski, according to WISN. Neighbors told the station he was beloved in the town of 700 residents.
The man was the only one inside the home, located at 39071 N. Water St., when it exploded just before 2 p.m. yesterday. Fire crews battled the fire that followed the blast for about two hours before bringing it under control. No other injuries were reported but neighboring homes suffered structural damage
Fire officials said at a press conference yesterday that a gas leak is the suspected source of the blast. An investigation is underway.
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