SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Authorities in Springfield are investigating after two explosions outside of a Missouri State University sorority house Wednesday.
KSPR-TV reports two chemicals bomb detonated in the back of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority house and caused minor damage to the structure.
One employee was injured and suffered minor burns while she attempted to clean up the debris.
The fire marshal is investigating the explosions and investigators do not have any suspects. Officials ask anyone with information to call the local Crime Stoppers at 417-869-TIPS.
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