WATCH: Underground Explosions Launch Manhole Cover Into the Air

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BOSTON, Massachusetts  --  An underground electrical fire caused a pair of explosions in Boston.

One of the blasts was caught on tape, and shows a manhole cover flying about 50 feet in the air.

Firefighters used special chemicals to put out the fire and are now trying to locate the exact cause.

No one was injured.

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