When the house 9430 Eloise Street in Dallas exploded last March with two people inside, no one really knew exactly why… until now.
WFAA has learned the explosion traces back to a faulty compression coupling, the kind that we discovered were responsible for fatal house explosions all over North Texas.
Keep reading at WFAA-TV.
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