Underground blasts rock 64th Street in Sunset Park

Two underground explosions in Sunset Park may have been caused by a ruptured natural gas line, according to officials.

Two underground explosions in Sunset Park may have been caused by a ruptured natural gas line, according to officials. (4/1/16)

BROOKLYN - Two underground explosions in Sunset Park may have been caused by a ruptured natural gas line, according to officials.

It happened Thursday on 64th Street. 

Officials say the blast sent a 300-pound manhole cover flying through the air and landing on a Lexus, crushing it. 

The owner of the car did not suffer any injuries.

Con Edison is investigating the cause of the blast. 

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