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If your indicators are working on nearside, then it's not the relay as the one relay does all. It's just switched after the relay to OS, NS and hazards.
I would think that a wire may of been cut when the blowout occured( I assume the blowout is on the problem side). So check the wires on that side and the bulbs.

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