UPDATE: Person injured in West Duluth explosion out of Urgent Care

DULUTH, MN– The person involved in Monday’s explosion in West Duluth has checked out of Urgent Care after receiving treatment for lacerations on their hands.

According to the Duluth Fire Department, crews were called to a building on the 5800 block of Grand Avenue at 1 p.m. Monday.

Officials say the building was going through renovations. A worker was removing floor adhesive when the explosion happened, which caused part of an outside wall to collapse.

There is still an ongoing investigation by the Duluth Fire Marshal’s Office, but according to the City of Duluth spokespeople, they don’t anticipate any criminal charges being filed.

Check back for further updates.

Hunter McCullough

Hunter McCullough

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