Fire officials: Explosion in Aurora displaces 2

Fire crews responded to an explosion at a condo in Aurora on Feb. 8, 2014. (Photo: KDVR)

Fire crews responded to an explosion at a condo in Aurora on Feb. 8, 2014. (Photo: KDVR)

AURORA, Colo. — Fire crews responded to an explosion at a four-unit condo in Aurora late Saturday afternoon.

The explosion occurred in the 4500 block of S. Hannibal Street, tweeted the Aurora Fire Department.

Two males were displaced by the fire and were transported to a nearby hospital with burns, according to the tweet.

https://twitter.com/AuroraFireDpt/status/432320775903653888

The Aurora Police Department told FOX31 Denver the explosion may have been prompted by the victims cooking hash oil.

However, Aurora fire officials, who are leading the investigation, said in another tweet that the cause of the explosion was still under investigation, and the department would update when more information became available.

https://twitter.com/AuroraFireDpt/status/432348597401563136