• August 16, 2022

Paula Reyes Killed, Others Injured in House Explosion Accident in Garland, TX

Garland, TX -- August 14, 2022, Paula Reyes was killed and others were injured following an accident where a house exploded.

Initial reports said that the incident happened at around 10:45 a.m. in the 600 block of East Ridgewood Drive. Somehow, an explosion occurred, causing the house to catch fire. Several occupants were rescued with various injuries.

Reports say that 54-year-old Paula Reyes ultimately succumbed to her injuries. Others continue to recover, including at least two children with severe burns.

Authorities have not yet determined what caused the accident.

Commentary on Paula Reyes House Explosion Accident in Garland

Paula Reyes Killed in House Explosion Accident in Garland, TX

Clearly there needs to be further investigations into what happened here, but a big concern going forward is going to be the possibility this was caused by a gas leak. Some folks may recall years ago when a young girl died due to a gas explosion. Investigators later found that there were leaking gas lines all over the neighborhood, and the energy company somehow had no idea there was a problem until after someone died. Could it be that similar oversights led to this tragedy? One way or another, if this tragedy could have been prevented, those who failed to prevent need to answer for what happened.


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