Missouri Public Service Commission's report on February explosion at JJ's Restaurant delayed

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Public Service Commission's investigation into what happened the night Kansas City landmark restaurant JJ's exploded may not come until one year after the blast.

A status update filed Monday states MPSC's investigation is ongoing, and they anticipate to file their gas incident report on or before Feb. 6, 2014.

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The report will reveal the facts surrounding the Feb. 19, 2013 fire and explosion, along with the staff's analysis, conclusions and recommendations.

A gas leak near the restaurant at 48th Street and Belleview Avenue led to the explosion, but it's still unclear what ignited the fumes. The fire and explosion injured several people, mostly JJ's employees, and killed employee Megan Cramer.

The MPSC completed its on-site investigation at 48th Street and Belleview Avenue in August.

Staff was awaiting additional information from MGE, including cell phone records, GPS locational records and other detailed documents, which the utility provided to MPSC.

Lawsuits filed by victims of the explosion are still pending.

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