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Home Explodes in Buckingham, Bucks County; Man Found in Trash Bin; Phils Release Odubel Herrera
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/14/20 5:00 pm | updated: 01/14/20 5:00 pm
 
Authorities believe that a propane leak may have caused a house to explode in Buckingham Township, Bucks County, on Tuesday morning, 1/14. It happened around 9:30 a.m. on the 4300 block of Biddeford Road. Neighbors heard and felt the explosion, some from a couple of miles away. When they looked outside they saw the home had been leveled and debris was scattered about the neighborhood. The couple and two children who live there were not home at the time. There was no fire present when firefighters arrived, just the leveled house. ATF was at the scene assisting in the investigation. The exact cause has not yet been determined.

Philadelphia Police are investigating after the body of a man was discovered in a trash bin in the Olney neighborhood on Tuesday, 1/14. The body was found near North 6th and West Rockland Street. A teen girl told school officials about the location of the body. School officials called police. It appears that the teen girl was the victim's ex-girlfriend. She lured him to that location on Dec. 26 where he was killed by her current boyfriend and another male friend. Two persons-of-interest were questioned by police on Tuesday, but they have been released. The medical examiner will determine exact cause of death.

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The Philadelphia Phillies have designated OF Odubel Herrera for assignment. The Phillies officially cut ties with the 2016 All-Star center fielder. 28-year-old Herrera was suspended 85 games last season for violating MLB's Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse policy. In May 2019, he was charged with simple assault for attacking his girlfriend at a casino in Atlantic City. The charge was dropped but the suspension remained. Adam Haseley is expected to play the bulk of center field this season. The Phillies also claimed OF Nick Martini off of waivers today. Herrera is still owed $19.5 million from the Phillies for the final two years of his contract.

 
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