Lancashire gas explosion that killed two-year-old caused by cut gas pipe

Police inquiry into incident in which George Arthur Hinds died is being classed as a criminal investigation

A gas explosion that killed a two-year-old boy was caused by a cut gas pipe inside a neighbouring house, police have said.

George Arthur Hinds died in the blast in Heysham, Lancashire, on 16 May. The police inquiry into the incident is ongoing but a Lancashire constabulary spokesperson confirmed it was now being classed as a criminal investigation.

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