Officials say two workers have suffered serious injuries in an explosion at a Rochester, N.Y., manufacturing plant.
City fire officials say emergency crews responded around 12:20 p.m. Monday to a report of a person on fire at the Arconic Fastening Systems facility on Rochester’s west side.
When the teams came in, they found two men who suffered from burns. They were taken to the powerful Memorial Hospital. Conditions were not released.
Fire officials have indicated that the explosion of the liquid coming from a leaking hydraulic pressure comes into contact with an ignition source and that a 30-meter-diameter fireball causes both of them to explode.
According to the company’s website, Arconic is making rings for aircraft engines and industrial gas turbines.
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