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A home on the corner of Danny and Reynold Roads in Hyde Park (credit: Rich Lombardi)

Homeowners Still Waiting For Answers 2 Years After Hyde Park Explosion

Nearly two years after the explosion that destroyed a home in Hyde Park, the legal fight is still raging and the homeowners are still waiting for someone to be held responsible.


The house that exploded November 3 in Hyde Park is no longer there. (credit: Bernice Corpuz/CBS)

Hyde Park Residents Piecing Lives Back Together

Residents of the Hyde Park neighborhood where a house that exploded last week are putting their lives back together. But it’s not easy.


A home on the corner of Danny and Reynold Roads in Hyde Park. (credit: Rich Lombardi)

Mayor Menino Bans Construction Firm From Boston

Boston Mayor Tom Menino has banned DeFelice Corporation from doing any work in the city until the completion of an investigation into a house explosion on Wednesday in Hyde Park.


Front end loader moving what's left of the leveled home. (credit: Bernice Corpuz, WBZ News Radio)

Menino Voices Concerns Over House Explosion

Relief that no one was hurt by the natural gas explosion that leveled a home and did an estimated million dollars in damage to surrounding homes and buildings has given way to anxiety and frustration about how it happened and how to prevent it from happening again.