Father Of Titans Player Caleb Farley Killed In N.C House Explosion

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Titans Player Caleb Farley’s father died Monday night after his North Carolina mansion burned down, officials said.

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office said that a house bomb near Mooresville killed 61-year-old Robert Matthew Farley before midnight.

The sheriff’s office said that there are no signs of criminal conduct.

The Titans drafted 2021 cornerback Caleb Farley, who wasn’t home when the explosion occurred.

Director of fire services and emergency management Kent Greene told reporters, “We are investigating a natural gas issue, but the investigation is ongoing.”

Greene further stated that another person, identified as Caleb Farley’s friend, was hurt. When firefighters arrived, he was on his way out, and his injuries were not serious. Greene said that the blast gave him a head injury.

At 4:30 a.m., Greene identified Robert Farley’s dead body where he lived, in the wreckage.

Greene indicated that authorities believe Robert Farley to be Caleb Farley’s father. In “News,” the Titans’ website indicates he is Farley’s father.

The site claims that Robin Farley, Farley’s mother, died of breast cancer in 2018.

Dominion Energy, a service provider, is in touch with emergency personnel about the inquiry and worried about everyone hurt.

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On Tuesday, Vrabel told reporters, “I think it’s important that we do everything we can to help Caleb and his family and be there for him.”

The reason for the explosion is currently being investigated. Mooresville is a town of about Researchers are looking into what caused the blast. Mooresville, lying around 25 miles north of Charlotte, is home to around 50,000 people.