Keep me motivated by donating to https://paypal.me/thisisbutter Viewer discretion is always advised when watching this video or any others videos. I do not take any responsibility to your trauma, psychological and/or mental harm. I do not recommend anyone to attempt, act/reproduce, and/or create hate from what you see in this video or any other videos. Surveillance video of the home that exploded earlier this week in Muskegon County has been released by the family involved. Brandon Stock and his son Riley were trapped in the basement when the blast ignited Tuesday afternoon. It happened around 3 p.m. on Barnes Road south of Apple Avenue in Egleston Township. The video was provided by Riley’s mother and Brandon’s wife, Amy. The surveillance video is from her father’s house that’s near the home that exploded. Her father Marvin also ran to help rescue the two after he heard the blast. “He said that he was so afraid, but he had to go over there, he was so afraid of what he was going to see but he said I couldn’t let them burn alive,” says Stock. Family members say it was a miracle Brandon and Riley made it out alive. Hospital staff in Grand Rapids said yesterday Brandon is in serious condition and Riley is in fair condition. “My husband is in very serious condition, he has 2nd and 3rd degree and deeper burns all over his face, legs, hands, both of their hands and faces are real bad,” says Stock. According to Hill, the home’s propane tank was filled and the system was pressurized Tuesday afternoon, but there has been no official cause for the blast released from the fire department. Amy says the outpouring of support from people across West Michigan has helped greatly. “We’re so thankful, we’ve had so many people up to visit, there was at least 70 people up last night to see my son and all his friends, family and just the outpouring of love we can feel it, we can feel it,” says Stock.