One person is dead and another has potential life-threatening injuries following an explosion at a home in Austin early Monday morning, KTBC reports.
It was the second deadly explosion at an Austin home in just the last two weeks. Police say the woman is in her 40s, but they haven't released any other information.
An Austin TV station reported that the Monday explosion happened shortly before 7 a.m.at a location about 11 miles from the March 2 explosion.
House's death was initially called a homicide, but police last week said it now is considered a suspicious death because officials hadn't ruled out the possibility the victim may have constructed and accidentally detonated the device himself.
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About 6:45 a.m., first responders were sent to a 4800 block of Oldfort Hill Drive in northeast Austin to investigate the explosion.
Police said at the time they believed the Haverford Drive explosion was an isolated incident.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is responding to the scene to assist the Austin Police Department, as is APD's bomb squad and its robot.