DETROIT (AP) - Authorities say an underground explosion has caused damage and disruptions in downtown Detroit.
The city's Homeland Security and Emergency Management report Saturday morning's explosion happened at an underground electrical substation in the central business district. Police say the loud blast caused manhole covers to shoot into the air.
There have been no reports of injuries, though streets were blocked and buildings were locked down in the immediate area.
An investigation is underway by the Detroit Fire Department and DTE Energy.
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