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‘Gas-related explosions’ set fire to homes near Boston These are external links and will open in a new window Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSuspected gas explosions set homes ablaze At least 39 homes and buildings in towns outside of Boston, Massachusetts were hit in a series of suspected gas explosions, officials say. Local police reported dozens of “fires and explosions” in the towns of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover, saying the “number will grow”. The explosions have resulted in evacuations and several serious and minor injuries, local media say. Local gas and electric companies are cutting service to the area. Merrimack Valley officials believe the explosions could have been set off by pressure issues with Columbia Gas lines, but have not confirmed a cause. Image caption A building burning after explosions rocked swaths of Lawrence The lines are being depressurised by the company, but “it will take some time”, state police said, advising anyone who smells gas or has Columbia Gas service to “evacuate their homes immediately”. Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera has asked all south Lawrence residents – even if they do not have Columbia Gas – to evacuate their homes amid a planned power shut down. Lawrence General Hospital said four individuals had received treatment for injuries sustained in the incident, US media report. Image caption Firefighters continue to battle fires in homes across the area Police have set up evacuation centres in local schools. State police tweeted that they have responded to 70 instances of fires, explosions or gas odours across Lawrence and Andover. In Andover, officials reported 18 “gas-related fires” burning simultaneously at peak.