Colchester Hospital have confirmed that all eight people who suffered minor injuries as a result of yesterday's explosion in Clacton have been discharged.
Seven casualties were well enough to leave yesterday and the last patient was allowed to go home this afternoon (Thursday 6 February).
Two people who suffered "serious burns" remain in a stable condition at Broomfield Hospital near Chelmsford.
The other seven casualties were deemed to be well enough to leave yesterday, while the remaining man is described as being in a "very comfortable" condition and is expected to be discharged later today.
Two people who suffered "serious burns" remain at Broomfield Hospital near Chelmsford.
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A man and a woman who suffered serious burns after an explosion in Clacton earlier today are currently in a stable condition in hospital.
The pair were rushed to the St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery and Burns at Broomfield Hospital near Chelmsford.
Broomfield Hospital say that they are continuing to carefully monitor both patients and that there will be no further updates today.
Essex Police say that a woman and a man have been taken to the specialist burns unit at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford where they are being treated for "serious burns."
However, their injuries are not though to be life-threatening at this stage.
A further seven people are in hospital with minor injuries, taking the total to nine, not ten as was previously thought to be the case.
An eyewitness has likened the trail of destruction left by a gas explosion in Clacton today to a nightmare movie scene.
10 people have been taken to hospital following a blast which 'flattened' two houses on Cloes Lane.
Darren Elsey lives nearby to where the tragic incident occurred.
"It was just rubble, it was like the stuff you see in films," he said.
"You don't expect to see that six doors away from your house.
"It's unbelievable. It was just rubble, rubbish and burning everywhere."
The Assistant Chief Fire Officer of the Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has admitted that domestic gas could have been the cause of a serious explosion in Clacton this morning.
ACFO Paul Hill went on to say that an investigation into the incident is now underway, and although a gas complication looks to be the cause of the blast, investigators can't be certain until the examination is complete.
"At the moment, it it looks like it involved domestic gas," he said.
"But we can't be sure until we've finished the fire investigation."