One of the two victims of a north Minneapolis house fire Saturday was still in critical condition Sunday, and authorities had little new to say about the fire.
Elizabeth Mulay remained in critical condition Sunday, said Hennepin County Medical Center spokeswoman Christina Hill. She and another woman were burned in a possible gas explosion.
Neighbors reported a fire about 12:25 p.m. Saturday at the house in the 4300 block of Morgan Avenue N., said Assistant Fire Chief Cherie Penn. One neighbor said Mulay lived in the house, and the other woman was a guest.
The two were in critical condition with extensive burns when they arrived at Hennepin County Medical Center, Penn said.
The identity of the other woman has not been released. The cause of the fire remains under investigation, Penn said.