HURST, Texas (CBS SF) — Five people were hurt when a car crashed into a house near Fort Worth, Texas, triggering a gas explosion that was caught on camera.

Police released dash cam video of the explosion from April 7 in Hurst, Texas.

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In the video, a police officer is seen walking up to the house shortly after the crash. When he approaches the entrance, an explosion from a severed gas line sends him backwards.

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The driver of the car was arrested, two police officers had minor injuries and three people inside the home – a husband, wife and son – suffered injuries including serious burns. KXAN TV reported the woman was in critical condition.

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Police said the driver lost control because his brakes weren’t working. He was not hurt, but was arrested on a charge of not having a driver’s license.