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(Portland, OR)  --  Fire officials say a hash oil explosion caused the fire that killed two people and destroyed a home in North Portland Monday.  Portland Fire and Rescue said the explosion happened when a large concentration of butane ignited.  The butane was being used to produce butane hash oil.  The explosion killed 42-year-old Matthew McCrann and 68-year-old Richard Cisler.  A firefighter suffered minor injuries and two other homes were damaged.

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