At least one person has been killed, and another injured, following an explosion, in the Turkish city of Istanbul, after what is suspected could have been a gas leak.
An explosion in central Istanbul killed one person and injured another on Sunday after what could have been a gas leak, CNN Turk reported.
Emergency crews found the body of a street vendor at the scene in an apartment block in the upscale Cihangir neighborhood, the channel said.
A taxi driver was badly hurt when falling cement hit his car, it added.
It was too early to say what caused the explosion which also sparked a fire in the unoccupied flat, the TV station said.
Istanbul, along with a number of other Turkish cities, have seen a series of bomb attacks in recent months, claimed by militants of Islamic State and the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).