Grass Valley Police Department said the scene was under control and there was no longer a danger to the public.
GRASS VALLEY, Calif .– Grass Valley Police said an adult and a child were in hospital after an explosion at an apartment complex Monday night.
In a Facebook post, the police department said the explosion took place in the 300 block of Sutton Way. Police and firefighters intervened in the area.
Authorities said there was evidence the explosion was a butane honey oil lab.
Several units in the apartment complex are on lockdown during the investigation. Police have not said what the injured adult’s relationship is to the child yet.
Although few details have been released at this time, the police department said there was no longer a danger to the public.
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