An explosion in Birmingham left a man with life-threatening injuries

An explosion in Birmingham damaged at least three homes severely and left one guy with life-threatening injuries.

Just after 21:30 BST, emergency personnel were rushed to the area on Dulwich Road in Kingstanding.

Four further males were treated by paramedics for more minor wounds before being released.

A terraced red brick house was shown on social media with flames, damage, and trash.

The severely hurt man was transported to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the city to receive treatment in its major trauma center.

Following the explosion and fire, Dulwich Road and the other streets were closed, and people were advised to stay away from the area.

The explosion’s origin is still unknown.

The West Midlands Police expressed gratitude to people who “aided shocked and hurt neighbors.”

One man thanked his cousin on Twitter for running into the blazing building to save a person, according to the tweet.

Sharon Thompson, a councilwoman from Birmingham, stated that she was thinking of “everyone involved in tonight’s awful incident.”

The resources dispatched to the incident included six fire teams, three ambulances, five paramedic officers, and a national inter-agency liaison officer.

The West Midlands Fire Service advised people to stay away from the area and said six of its units had been dispatched.

According to the statement, “the explosion, the origin of which is yet unknown, has destroyed one property and damaged other neighboring properties and cars.”

We advise individuals who are close to the event to follow the directions of emergency service authorities at the scene. West Midlands Police is handling evacuations in the area.

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