Collapsed home searched in the Hague; 2 found injured so far

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch emergency workers have recovered two injured people from a collapsed three-story home in The Hague and are looking for anyone else who might be in the wreckage.

City emergency services spokesman John Kardol said it was unclear how many people were missing when the home was destroyed. Authorities suspect a gas explosion.

The collapse also damaged nearby homes. Debris covering part of the street and parked vehicles complicated the search.

Karol said the two people found in the dwelling were taken to the hospital and the extent of their injuries was unclear.

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