Norwalk home still in ruins 6 months later

NORWALK - A Norwalk home is still in ruins six months to the day after an explosion destroyed it.

A cracked gas line was cited as the cause of the explosion that destroyed the home at 65 Ohio Avenue Extension on Dec. 22.

The family that lived there, James and Andrea Wullfleff and their now 2-year-old son Henry, say they are still dealing with complex insurance problems. The Wullfleffs say they are just happy everyone is safe.

The city is just now finishing a road repair project on the street, which should allow something to be done with the property.

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