Homeowners settle lawsuit over explosion

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Homeowners settle lawsuit over explosion

Propane blast destroyed Kelleys’ home, injured family in 2012
Butch Knowlton, director of La Plata County’s Office of Emergency Management, walks past the remains of Tim and Karen Kelleys home, which exploded Feb. 21, 2012, at 6541 County Road 243, north of Lemon Reservoir.
Emergency medical personnel load Tim Kelley into a medical helicopter Feb. 2012, 2012, after freeing him and his wife, Karen, from the rubble of their home that was destroyed by a propane explosion on County Road 243, north of Lemon Reservoir.
Tippi was found 17 days after an explosion destroyed the Tim and Karen Kelley’s home north of Lemon Reservoir. The 4-year-old cat is held by veterinarian Stacee Santi at Riverview Animal Hospital.
Cindi Shank, executive director of the Southwest Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross, watches as 9-year-old Cameron Kelley plays with her dog, Rocko. Rocko was rescued by family friends John Glover, left, Ryan Barthel and Joey Thompson, after her family’s home was destroyed by a propane explosion Feb. 21, 2012. Barthel and Thompson were awarded the animal lifesaver award by the Red Cross. Kelley was awarded the youth lifesaver award.

Homeowners settle lawsuit over explosion

Butch Knowlton, director of La Plata County’s Office of Emergency Management, walks past the remains of Tim and Karen Kelleys home, which exploded Feb. 21, 2012, at 6541 County Road 243, north of Lemon Reservoir.
Emergency medical personnel load Tim Kelley into a medical helicopter Feb. 2012, 2012, after freeing him and his wife, Karen, from the rubble of their home that was destroyed by a propane explosion on County Road 243, north of Lemon Reservoir.
Tippi was found 17 days after an explosion destroyed the Tim and Karen Kelley’s home north of Lemon Reservoir. The 4-year-old cat is held by veterinarian Stacee Santi at Riverview Animal Hospital.
Cindi Shank, executive director of the Southwest Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross, watches as 9-year-old Cameron Kelley plays with her dog, Rocko. Rocko was rescued by family friends John Glover, left, Ryan Barthel and Joey Thompson, after her family’s home was destroyed by a propane explosion Feb. 21, 2012. Barthel and Thompson were awarded the animal lifesaver award by the Red Cross. Kelley was awarded the youth lifesaver award.
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