A food truck exploded on Tuesday in Philadelphia’s Feltonville neighborhood, injuring at least 12 people.
Five of the injured were initially reported in critical condition, NBC10 said. As of Wednesday, a mother and her 17-year-old daughter who were working in the truck are still listed in critical condition at Temple University Hospital, according to NBC 10.
Philadelphia police said a leaking propane tank caused the explosion, which happened around 5:40 p.m. Tuesday.
The truck, called La Parrillada Chapina, was parked outside an auto body shop in the 300 block of West Wyoming Avenue, according to 6 ABC.
A SEPTA police officer who was on duty nearby responded immediately and found multiple victims in the street. One of the victims was on fire, 6 ABC reported.