Grady County, OK – Pipeline Explosion Near Highway 19 Injuries OneOklahoma Accident News on June 20, 2019
Grady County, OK (June 20, 2019) – According to reports, a pipeline ruptured in Grady County on June 18 near Highway 19 at the intersection of County Road 1420.
The force of the rupture caused a large fire in the area. One person working in the area got caught in the fire and sustained serious burns.
The injured victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment to their injuries.
Crews allowed the fire to burn itself out and worked to secure the area to prevent further injuries.
Our thoughts are with the injured worker at this time.
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