LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) – Authorities say a blast believed to have been a gas explosion leveled a Pennsylvania home, killing one utility worker and injuring at least one other employee.

A coroner was called to the scene after the explosion reported at about 12:15 p.m. Sunday in Manor Township near Millersville in Lancaster County.

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UGI Director of Business Development Steven Cook confirmed that one worker was killed and another injured. He said the workers were responding to reports of a gas odor in the neighborhood.

Rescue workers said a resident was evacuated from the home before the explosion.

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The name of the worker who was killed wasn’t immediately released. The condition of the injured worker wasn’t immediately clear.

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