A CANADIAN military base gas explosion reportedly left at least two injured in Comox.

The blast reportedly occurred at the Canadian Forces Base Comox in Vancouver Island.

CTV NewsAn explosion at a Canadian military base reportedly left two injured '/ '

A spokesperson for the military base told CTV News CA that the explosion appeared to have occurred in a disused building next to the Comox Valley Search and Rescue center.

The building is located on Heritage Way and was apparently under construction, according to CHEK News.

The base believes the blast was fueled by natural gas.

The blast shook a terminal of the Comox Valley Airport, as witnesses said the explosion sent debris flying and bounced pictures off the walls.

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A ...loud bang... was heard around 9am Thursday morning, according to reports.

A Twitter user located in Powell River, more than 20 miles from the site of the blast, reported hearing the explosion.

Emergency officials were reportedly on the scene as of 9:30am.

The 19 Wing Fire Department responded to the scene, with the Comox Fire Department also ready to assist as needed.

...Comox Fire responded with two engines and 12 firefighters to provide backup. Their services were not required but we're glad to provide assistance where needed,... tweeted Town of Comox.

Search and Rescue crews from the 19 Wing Fire Department have been working this week to evacuate residents in Agassiz after mudslides ravaged the area.

More than 300 people were reportedly evacuated by the end of the day Monday, CHEK News reported.

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