Fire officials say a gas explosion caused a fire and partial building collapse at a college prep school in Minneapolis.The explosion was reported Wednesday at Minnehaha Academy, a private Christian school serving students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.Assistant Fire Chief Bryan Tyner says two people are unaccounted for and one person suffered critical injuries in the blast.The Star Tribune reports city records show that Master Mechanical Inc. was issued a permit on June 7 for gas piping and hooking up a meter at the school.A company official released a statement saying it was monitoring the situation and referring all questions to the Minneapolis Fire Department.Fire officials say three people are unaccounted for after an explosion and partial building collapse at a Minneapolis school.
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