WOODSTOCK, Ill. — Emergency crews were called to the scene of a home explosion in the northwest suburbs on Monday afternoon.

Woodstock Fire and Rescue officials confirmed the explosion on Monday afternoon.

Debris and smoke from the home could be seen overhead by WGN TV’s Skycam 9 which was over the scene in Woodstock near North Tryon Street and Lincoln Avenue at around 3:40 p.m.

In a post on made on Facebook at 2 p.m. on Monday, Woodstock Fire and Rescue officials said that crews were working a natural gas leak in an area along North Tryon Street between Washington Street and West Judd Street. Crews closed the road while working in the area.

In the post, officials said St. Mary’s Catholic Church, which is across the street from the home, was evacuated and surrounding homes were advised to shelter in place.

“The safety of the public and every family we serve is our No. 1 value. Nicor Gas crews are onsite working with first responders to safely secure the area and to assist local authorities with their investigation of this incident,” an official from Nicor Gas said in a statement on Monday afternoon.

Currently, it is unclear if anyone was injured in the explosion.

A GoFundMe fundraiser has been set up for the family impacted by the explosion.