UPDATED 9:30 AM Sat. Jan. 12, 2018
Three people are dead and dozens are injured in Paris, after a massive explosion rocks the French capital.
French officials said it happened Saturday morning as fire fighters were investigating a gas leak at a bakery.
The aftermath caused multiple cars to flip, and doors to fly off the hinges.
France’s foreign minister Christophe Castane, said two fire fighters were killed, and at least 47 others were hurt.
Spain’s foreign ministry Josep Borrell, has also confirmed that a Spanish citizen was killed in the blast.
Reports said the explosion happened near a popular tourist area, and shock waves could be felt as far as four blocks away.