A vacant house located in Muskegon Heights, Michigan, collapsed then exploded and investigators want to know why.

According to WOOD, Tuesday morning, just before 5 a.m. a house in Muskegon Heights in the 2000 block of Superior is where the incident took place.

Authorities are investigating at the scene and ask that others driving around avoid the area until further notice.

The house is question had been vacant for three weeks according to the Muskegon Heights Fire Chief Christopher Dean.

Dean says he does not believe there were any squatters in the house but firefighters are looking at the debris for any clues otherwise.

No cause has yet to be determined on why the house exploded. Investigators are still looking into the cause.