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Company Where Explosion Victim Worked Issues Statement


John (Dion) Longworth (photo from Facebook)

The company where one of the victims of Saturday's home explosion worked issued a statement Monday. John (Dion) Longworth worked for Indy Audio Labs for 10 years.  Longworth and his wife, Jennifer, are presumed dead after their home was destroyed in the explosion.

Indy Audio Labs CEO Rick Santiago said in the statement that the company is "deeply saddened by the loss of our colleague and friend, John (Dion) Longworth and his wife, Jennifer."

Click here to read the statement

Santiago went on to say, "Our thoughts and prayers go out to his and Jennifer's family members, along with all those impacted by this terrible tragedy."

Dion was the director of product development and technology for Indy Audio Labs.

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