(NEW YORK) — A massive explosion rocked a New York City high school Thursday night, injuring at least three people, fire officials said.
The blast occurred at JFK High School in The Bronx just after 8 p.m. and hundreds of firefighters responded, according to the FDNY.
It’s unclear what sparked the explosion.
Three people were taken to a local hospital – one was in critical condition and two were in serious condition, authorities said.
Witnesses said the blast rattled windows and set off car alarms, according to ABC News station WABC-TV.
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