INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Officials have increased the number of homes they say were damaged in the Nov. 10 explosion in the Richmond Hill subdivision.
On Wednesday, officials with the Department of Code Enforcement said they planned to demolish 33 homes in the subdivision. As of 2:30 p.m., the department had issued 29 orders for demolition, with another four planned.
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As of Wednesday afternoon, no homeowners had submitted paperwork to object to demolition.
Overall, 90 homes were damaged by the blast that killed two people. This week, investigators said all accidental causes had been ruled out and the case became a homicide investigation.
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On Tuesday, warrants were served and two people were taken in for questioning , though no arrests were made.
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