A Terrell Hills woman was injured after her home exploded in flames Wednesday morning.
The victim, Susan Warner, was taken to San Antonio Military Medical Center with burn wounds, but she was expected to be OK, said Terrell Hills Fire Chief Billy Knupp. Her husband, Charles Warner, was not hurt.
The explosion and fire happened at 5:30 a.m. in the 200 block of Lyman Drive when Susan Warner was making breakfast, Knupp said.
"She went to light the stove, and as she turned around, it exploded and it knocked her to the floor," said Art Sierra, who lives next to the couple.
The blast was so intense it knocked the garage doors across the street.
"There was definitely some type of explosion, but when it comes to a gas explosion like that, we want to get down to the details and find exactly what it is," Knapp said.
Fire officials were still looking into what caused the explosion that started neighbors out of their beds.
"You could actually feel the vibration in the house. It shook the house," said Sierra.
"There were huge flames shooting out. The whole sky was orange this morning," said Carmen Rosales.