- Watch the full report by Sally Simmonds below
A 48-year-old man has died after an explosion in Andover at about 2.30am on Thursday.
The explosion caused a building to collapse in King Arthur's Way, Andover in Hampshire.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and its Urban Search and Rescue teams are continuing to search the scene.
No other injuries were reported and those listed as living at the address have been accounted for.
A number of neighbouring properties were evacuated as a precaution.
A joint fire and police investigation between Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and Hampshire Constabulary is underway.
- Video: Resident Will Cooper lives next door to where the explosion happened. Will and his family have been allowed to take what they need from their home, but have not been told when they will be able to return
Gas company SGN says it is working to isolate gas supplies to properties one and two for safety.
They will remain on site to help investigate the cause of the explosion.
- Video: a neighbour's living room webcam captures noise and flash of explosion
A community hall in King Arthur's Way has opened to those in the area who have been affected by the incident.