Updated 19 July 2018 10:52 EDT
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – A small explosion on Thursday in a vehicle store at an army depot injured four workers and left at least three with burns, officials said. The explosion occurred at the Letterkenny Army Depot at 7:20 am.
Army depot officials quickly published on social media that the blasting meant that operations elsewhere on the base would not be affected and there was no suspicion of terrorist activity. 1
A fire company said three had burns. The three victims who moved to the Baltimore area were in serious condition, Ledbetter said.
He said the explosion occurred in the target area of a vehicle store.
Both Army and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will investigate, he said.
The depot, located 160 miles west of Philadelphia, or about 55 miles southwest of Harrisburg, employs around 3,600 people. On the depot's website, work focuses on air defense tactical missile support equipment, mobile power generation equipment, patriot missile certification and guidance vehicles.
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