Regina police are responding to an explosion at a home in the North Central neighbourhood Sunday morning.
A resident in the area told Leader-Post the explosion occurred just before 11 a.m. Sunday, on the 1200 block of Retallack Street.
Regina police have confirmed the incident, and emergency services are currently responding. Officers are on scene, along with Regina Fire and Protective Services, SaskPower and EMS responders.
Homes on the neighbouring block of Robinson Street were evacuated, and the public is being asked to avoid the area.
A spokesperson from RPS said further details were unavailable, as emergency services continue to handle the scene.
Regina Fire said there were “possible injuries reported” but police said they were unable to comment at this time, and that updates would be provided.
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