At least nine people were injured Tuesday morning in an industrial explosion in La Habra.
A plastic bottle filled with dry ice injured a young boy at a Paramount high school.
The Red Cross is assisting those affected by the blast, reported at 15025 Vanowen Street, according to LAFD spokesperson Brian Humphrey.
The unidentified student also suffered a chest injury.
Pacific Gas and Electric was charged on Tuesday with federal felony counts involving safety violations linked to a 2010 natural gas pipeline explosion that killed eight people in the San Francisco Bay Area.
An investigation into the cause of the explosion is on-going.
A driver was shaken and rattled but uninjured Saturday afternoon following an explosion in an underground vault in Irvine.
A man apparently trying to huff gas led to an explosion that rocked a North Hollywood neighborhood in the early morning hours, police said Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Police Department’s Bomb Squad is investigating a truck explosion that forced the closure of several city blocks in North Hollywood early Tuesday morning.
Authorities Saturday announced the arrest of a 39-year-old man in connection with an explosion that rocked a San Jacinto neighborhood on Friday afternoon.
An explosion Friday morning leveled a house in Riverside.
An electrical failure was likely behind several manhole covers that were displaced in the San Fernando Valley, officials said Friday.
A Corona husband and wife have sued an e-cigarette manufacturer after its rechargeable battery exploded in their vehicle, leaving the woman with second-degree burns.
The company behind Thursday night’s accident in Simi Valley that left nearly 30 people injured, has a good safety record, according to fireworks experts.
Authorities Friday said an explosion in a detached garage in Tustin critically burned two men.