Update: Cheyenne Fire Remains Under Investigation [PHOTOS]
UPDATE: The cause of the explosions remains under investigation at this point. A spokesman for Cheyenne Fire & Rescue says the report of the explosions came in at about 2:07 p.m. Firefighters arrived on the scene shortly after that, with 21 firefighters engaged in fighting the fire that resulted from the explosion. No damage estimate is yet available, but the home is believed to have been nearly or totally destroyed. Homeowner Jameson Rowe told Townsquare Media's Joy Greenwald that normally his wife and child would have been home at the time of the explosions, but they went shopping prior to the incident.
UPDATE: The homeowner has been reported as Jameson Rowe, and the address of the home where the explosions and fire happened is 1200 King Court. Rowe told reporter Joy Greenwald that he lived in the home with his wife and two-year-old son, none of whom were home at the time of the explosions. The family also owns a dog and two cats. The dog and one cat have been found, but one cat is still missing. No human injuries are reported.
Firefighters have been called to a blaze at a home on King Court in Cheyenne.
Townsquare Media's Joy Greenwald is on the scene. She says two explosions were reported at around 3 p.m. in a home in the 1200 block of King Court. Neighbors believe no one was home at the time of the explosions, but the resulting fire severely damaged the home.
A home to the south of that building caught fire, but firefighters were able to put out the blaze. The north side of the second home was extensively damaged. So far there are no reports of any injuries in connection with the incident.
Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr is on the scene.
We'll report further details as they become available.