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One Killed, At Least 10 Injured in Suburban Chicago Factory Explosion
A Chicago suburb was rattled Tuesday morning following an explosion inside a business. At least one person was killed an ten injured as a result.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports:
Something went very wrong at an industrial complex just Northwest of Chicago.
(Jacqueline Speckin) “There was an explosion at 3600 North Kennicott in Arlington Heights.”
Northwest Community Hospital confirming one person died in the blast at least 10 others injured. That address listed as Arens Control Systems, an engineering and manufacturing firm.
Witnesses say they heard the explosion from several blocks away, but there’s no visible damage to the outside of building that is still cleared out and surrounded by first responders.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.