Seven people have suffered injuries in a gas explosion that occurred in a family home in the north Bohemian town Děčín on Saturday. No one was inside the house when the explosion took place; the injured people were renovating the building, and were working outside, a spokesman for the emergency services said. Gas piping in the house was probably damaged during work on the façade, according to the local fire brigade.
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