MURRIETA, Calif. -- New video shows the deadly explosion of a home in Murrieta as it happened.
Monday's enormous blast was captured on a neighbor's Ring camera.
Investigators say a construction crew working on the home hit a natural gas line, causing a leak.
Authorities were first called to the home in the 23500 block of Wooden Horse Trail just before 11 a.m. on a report of a gas line rupture. Firefighters responded and Southern California Gas Company was on the scene by 11:23 a.m., fire officials said. The explosion was reported at 12:10 p.m.
A crew from SoCalGas was trying to shut off the gas when the explosion happened, leveling the home and killing 31-year-old SoCalGas employee Wade Kilpatrick.
Fifteen others were injured in the blast.
Neighbors said the home was recently sold, and the new owners were doing some renovations.
Ring video captures deadly Murrieta house explosion as it happened
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