911 calls released in marijuana grow house explosion

Callers report seeing no fire, hearing loud bang

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KENDALL, Fla. - Miami-Dade Police released 911 calls that were made when a marijuana grow house exploded in Kendall last month.

The house exploded on Southwest 151st Place on September 22. It was condemned a few days later and eventually demolished.

In the calls, people didn't report seeing a fire, but heard a loud bang.

"Yes, hi, we think there's been an explosion at a house by us," said one caller. "The whole roof is like exploded."

"Did you get a call about a house with an explosion?" asked one caller.

"We heard a loud bang," said another caller. "The house just blew up."

LISTEN: Call 1 | Call 2 | Call 3 | Call 4 | Call 5 | Call 6 | Call 7 |

Police continue to search for two suspects wanted for trafficking marijuana and child neglect. Investigators said the couple rented the house and left after the explosion.

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