Two Dead 14 Injured in Antwerp Gas Explosion; Terrorism Ruled Out

BRUSSELS (Reuters) -
Emergency rescue personnel attend to the scene where a building has collapsed in Antwerp, Belgium. (LANDRY ZOKI/via REUTERS)

Belgian police said two bodies had been found on Tuesday following the explosion that destroyed 3 buildings in Antwerp on Monday evening. Of the 14 injured, 5 were in serious condition and another critical. Part of the city where many students live. Police stressed that the incident was not related to terrorism.
Belgian news agency Belga reported five people had been injured. Antwerp police said two adjacent buildings might have also been damaged in what state broadcaster RTBF said was a gas explosion.