A pipeline explosion hospitalized three workers in Winkler County, Texas on Wednesday. The explosion was reported around 12:30 PM at South 18 County Road 404, Cattle Guard #4. When deputies arrived, they found several workers who had been injured. Two people were taken to Winkler County Memorial Hospital. Another person was airlifted to a different hospital by Aerocare. A fourth person refused treatment at the scene.

The Winkler County Sheriff’s Office told CBS7 News that the victims were involved in a power wash job.

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Posted by Winkler County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, May 6, 2020

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