Mooresville, NC (August 22, 2023) – The Iredell County Emergency Management confirmed that one person died as a result of an explosion at Tennessee Titans’ cornerback Caleb Farley’s home early Tuesday morning, August 22.

Official reports show that a home explosion occurred at around midnight on Barber Loop Road. Authorities responded to the scene and located the damaged home located near Old Arborway Road.

One person was located with injuries at the scene and transported to an area hospital for emergency medical care.

While searching the home, authorities located a second victim who was fatally injured. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. Authorities confirmed that the victim was the 61-year-old father of Caleb Farley. Farley is a cornerback for the Tennessee Titans.

The cause of the explosion is being investigated and is currently focused on the property’s gas lines.

We hope the injured victim recovers quickly.

We offer our sympathies to the family of the man who died in this explosion.

Explosions in North Carolina

The loss of a loved one due to a fatal explosion can be incredibly difficult to accept. Unfortunately, we see countless people lose their lives as a result of explosions that occur in the United States every year. Here in North Carolina, innocent people continue to lose their lives as a result of home explosions.

There are several reasons why we continue to see home explosions take place across our state. One of the leading factors in these explosions is faulty HVAC systems. When there is a gas build-up inside a heater or air conditioning unit, it can cause a massive explosion to occur. In other instances, we see explosions take place as a result of defective hot water heaters, ovens, and other appliances.

After losing a loved one due to a fatal explosion, families are able to take legal action. It is important to identify the cause of the explosion in order to seek compensation for your losses from the responsible party. This makes it critically important for you to seek guidance from a building explosion lawyer as soon as possible. Your attorney will be able to build a case on your behalf and fight to ensure you are able to maximize your recovery. It is important to act quickly to ensure you have the best chance of holding the negligent party accountable and getting justice.

At Burg Simpson, we are committed to helping families affected by explosions get the justice they deserve. Our nationally recognized explosion attorneys have decades of experience in handling such cases and understand the complexities that come with them. We know that seeking legal help is a difficult decision, but we are committed to working together toward achieving an outcome that will be beneficial for you and your family. If you or someone you know needs our assistance, please do not hesitate and contact our national explosion lawyers today at (888) 895-2080 to get started by scheduling a free consultation.