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An explosion at a Dippin’ Dots facility in Kentucky left 10 people injured this week, officials said.
The explosion occurred at a manufacturing facility in Paducah and was not where the ice cream is made, the company told media outlets. A truck was reportedly unloading liquid nitrogen when the accident occurred Wednesday evening, according to Paducah police spokeswoman Robin Newberry.
The article goes on to state the following:
The 10 injured people were taken to nearby medical facilities. They exited the building on their own. The extent of their injuries was not available as of Wednesday night.
“At this moment, our focus is on the well-being of our fellow employees who were injured,” the ice cream company wrote in a statement obtained by local NBC affiliate WPSD.
Dippin’ Dots CEO Scott Fischer sent a statement to multiple outlets, saying, “My heart is with our employees, especially those injured in this afternoon’s terrible incident.”
WPSD Local 6 tweeted, “Sky 6 video shows the scene just moments ago at a facility owned by Dippin’ Dots in Paducah. Ten people were injured in an explosion at the facility on Industrial Drive, but police say all 10 were able to walk out of the building on their own.”
BREAKING: Sky 6 video shows the scene just moments ago at a facility owned by Dippin’ Dots in Paducah. Ten people were injured in an explosion at the facility on Industrial Drive, but police say all 10 were able to walk out of the building on their own. pic.twitter.com/wxsATeulvS
— WPSD Local 6 (@WPSDLocal6) July 21, 2021
It is the second blast at a Dippin’ Dots site in two years https://t.co/LtYsw9SQUp
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 22, 2021
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