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9 injured in what firefighters call the biggest home explosion Denver's seen in a decade 
One person is in critical condition and eight other people are injured after a natural gas explosion that a spokesperson for the Denver Fire Department called the biggest one the city has seen in 10 years. It happened at a multi-plex at Santa Fe Drive and 4th Avenue - the Baker neighborhood - around 1 p.m., according to Greg Pixley with DFD. Fire officials said in a later news conference that the exact address of the home was determined to be 368 N. Santa Fe Drive. One person was initially trapped in the rubble from the explosion and subsequent collapse, Pixley said, but that person was rescued by firefighters and is stable. Another person trapped in the structure is in critical condition.
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