Two injured after oven explodes at Aurora bakery warehouse

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AURORA, Colo. -- Two people were injured after an oven exploded at a bakery warehouse early Monday morning, the Aurora Fire Department said.

It happened about 4:30 a.m. at Steven Roberts Originals and and Ticklebelly Desserts commercial bakery at 2780 N. Tower Road, near Interstate 70. The location is a former distribution center for Albertson's.

Two people suffered minor injuries, officials said. One of the victims was taken to the hospital. The nature and extent of the injuries are not known.

There was no fire and no structural damage to the building, officials said. The bakery was closed for the day and employees were sent home.

The cause of the explosion is under investigation.


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