• May 26, 2017

Two Hurt in Propane Explosion at T. Neale Propane in Dayton, TX

Dayton, TX -- A propane explosion in the area of Dayton, TX left two unidentified people injured Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

The incident took place at T. Neale Propane.

According to the report, co-workers were driving by the scene when they witnessed two people had been set aflame. It appears the two victims were filling a five-gallon tank when it went for unclear reasons an error occurred. One witness and his co-workers stopped and rendered aid.

The victims in the propane incident were described as a female employee and a male customer.

Both victims were airlifted to a nearby hospital. Their current conditions are unknown.

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