Officials have found a second body in the rubble of a Minneapolis apartment building where a New Year's morning explosion and fire left 14 people injured.
At about 10 a.m. Friday, Minneapolis Fire Department officials uncovered the body and turned over the remains to the Hennepin County medical examiner's office for examination, according to a statement. The first body was was uncovered on Thursday afternoon.
At least four of the 14 people were seriously injured in the blast, which forced some residents to leap out of their windows into the subzero cold to escape the blaze.
Some flames reached at least 20 feet in height out of the building's second and third floors....