Damage from Gaylord Opryland explosion could reach $750,000


The Opryland Hotel and Convention Center evacuated and blocked off due to a gas explosion on June 19th, 2012. (WTVF-TV)

We're getting a better idea of the damage caused by a gas explosion at the Gaylord Opryland Resort.

Officials at the Nashville hotel say there's major damage to an escalator, walls and parts of the ceiling.

It could cost around $750,000 to fix it all.

Firefighters say a gas leak ignited in the mechanical room, causing the explosion.

No one was hurt, but 5,000 guests in the hotel had to be evacuated for hours last night.

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