Rita Price Obituary, Victim In San Francisco CAL Home Fire Explosion Identified, Officials says

Rita Price Obituary, Death – According to the results of a medical examiner, Rita Price, who was 51 years old at the time of her death, has been identified as the person who perished in a house explosion that took place in San Francisco’s Outer Sunset. Regarding the victim, there is currently no new information that has been made public that has been disclosed.

Another person who was injured was allegedly transported to the hospital, where they are apparently being treated for burns and are in a severe state, according to the officials. Another person who was injured was reportedly rushed to the hospital. The explosion entirely damaged the home that was situated at the intersection of 22nd Avenue and Noriega Street; nevertheless, the investigators have not been able to ascertain what caused the explosion or the reason why the properties that are placed nearby are uninhabitable.

Darron Price, 53 years old at the time of the explosion, was arrested in connection with the incident; however, he was not at home when the explosion happened. In addition, there were two Price children who lived there, but none of them was present when we visited. According to the announcement made on Wednesday by the District Attorney of San Francisco, Brooke Jenkins, Price has been charged with multiple counts of felony offenses.

These offenses include involuntary manslaughter, the manufacturing of a controlled substance, four counts of reckless burning, two counts of child endangerment, and one count of elder abuse. All of these charges stem from the same incident. In addition to this, the criminal complaint said that allegations that Price was personally responsible for one of the victims receiving major bodily injuries were included in the document.