A house in Bourne was severely damaged after what police believe was a gas explosion on Sunday morning.
Lincolnshire Police attended a property on Holly Drive after a call at 9.13am on December 13. Fire and gas services also attended the scene.
The male occupant is a little shaken and suffered minor injuries. There were no other injuries, police said.
Lincolnshire Police said: “The scene has been assessed and it has been deemed that there is no need to evacuate any other houses.”
It’s not always traffic related. Currently assisting at a gas explosion in the south of the county pic.twitter.com/PjYBP7TZxT
— Lincs Police Motorcycles (@LincsBikePol) December 13, 2020
Emergency services are on the scene of what's thought to be a gas explosion in South Lincolnshire. The explosion on Holly Close in Bourne this morning caused a house to collapse, however police say that the occupants are safe and well. Roads in the area have been closed. pic.twitter.com/tTjzTNtK2E
— BBC Radio Lincolnshire (@BBCRadioLincs) December 13, 2020