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Thursday, 23 December, 1999, 09:10 GMT
Pictures from the Larkhall blast
A family of four has died in an explosion caused by gas at a house in Larkhall, Lanarkshire.

Andrew Findlay, his wife Jeanette and children Stacy, 13, and Daryll, 11, were killed in the blast, which happened about 0530GMT on Wednesday 22 December.

These are pictures from the scene:


Blast scene
A pile of debris is all that remains of the house

Bungalow
The house was torn apart by the explosion

Pram
Signs can be seen of a child's presence in the house

Wreckage
A van was overturned by the force of the blast

Fire crews
Fire crews have picked through the rubble by hand

Fires
Small fires continued to burn in the wreckage

Debris
Debris has been thrown over a wide area

Fire engines
Police and fire crews have sealed off the area
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23 Dec 99 | Scotland
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