Car Explodes as Woman Lights Cigarette With Gas Grill in Back Seat

No one was seriously injured.

A Florida couple has been hospitalized with burns after they accidentally blew up their SUV while driving.

Orland police said a woman in the vehicle lit a cigarette Sunday while transporting a propane grill that had been switched on, sparking the explosion.

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The couple was reportedly leaving a barbecue at the time.

No one was killed in the accident, but both occupants suffered non-life-threatening burns.

A gas grill being transported inside this car exploded when passenger lit a cigarette. 2 in car sustained burns; not life threatening.

— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) August 13, 2017

The couple’s Kia Sorrento, on the other hand, was badly damaged. All of its windows were blown out in the blast.

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The car then traveled off the road and crashed into a pole, police said.

Police did not respond for comment.

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