OEV explosion case put over to February
Daniella Leis is seen walking into the London Courthouse on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019. (Gerry Dewan / CTV London)
LONDON, ONT -- A Kitchener woman charged in connection to the OEV explosion has had her case put over until February following a brief court date in London.
Daniella Leis, 23, who lives in Kitchener, was not at court Wednesday, her lawyer Richard Braiden appeared on her behalf.
Leis is facing a total 12 charges in connection to the Woodman Avenue explosion.
It was around 10:40 p.m. Aug. 14, that a car smashed into 450 Woodman Avenue causing a gas line to rupture.
Emergency crews worked to evacuate the surrounding homes, but minutes later the home exploded.
Seven people were injured including a firefighter who suffered severe injuries.
The force of the blast left the home leveled and several others destroyed.
Leis’ next court date is Feb. 19, in London, Ont.
- With files from CTV's Nick Paparella