Blast critically injures elderly Montrose man

MONTROSE FIREFIGHTERS LOOK through the remains of a small rental house on 6175 Road after a propane heater exploded Tuesday morning. A 76-year-old man living the home was taken to the burn unit of Northern Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. The couple who own the home live next door. The wife of the landlord said she couldn’t believe their tenant survived the blast.



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MONTROSE FIREFIGHTERS LOOK through the remains of a small rental house on 6175 Road after a propane heater exploded Tuesday morning. A 76-year-old man living the home was taken to the burn unit of Northern Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. The couple who own the home live next door. The wife of the landlord said she couldn’t believe their tenant survived the blast.

MONTROSE —A propane heater exploded, leveled a small rental house and seriously injured a man inside the home Tuesday morning. Little was left of the structure by 9:15 a.m. as a backhoe…




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