DETROIT (WWJ) – An early morning explosion has destroyed a popular Detroit eatery.

Jack’s Coney Island on 7 Mile east of Telegraph exploded around 2 a.m. Monday morning. One nearby resident heard the ‘boom.’

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“I’m going to tell you something, late last night I heard, like, the boom, but you know the big rig trucks come through and make that noise, you wouldn’t have thought that was that,” he said.

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Across the street is a gas station – Asans Klowie, the attendant, spoke with WWJ and said he heard the explosion.

“All I heard was the big sound of the explosion,” he said.”I looked back – I thought it was my gas station. The whole gas station was shaking for a second. I look over and I see fire, at the coney island, and the shades on the window, they were melting. So, I’m like, there’s fire, the coney island is on fire.”

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The restaurant was closed on Sunday and no one was hurt in the explosion. DTE crews are working to repair the gas main.