MI Man Burned in Apparent Meth Lab Explosion

05/07/2012
A 52-year-old Gobles man suffered severe burns after he told a hospital staff he "blew himself up in a meth lab," according to the Van Buren County (MI) Sheriff's Department. Video below courtesy of WOOD NBC 8. For more information on firefighter response to meth labs, consider New Free Meth Labs, Meth Lab Response, and Meth Users Program Available, Fire Engineering Simulation: Row Home Kitchen Fire (or Meth Lab ), Responding to a Clandestine Drug Laboratory, Firefighting in Clandestine Drug Labs, and Clandestine Drug Labs Present Hidden Dangers for Firefighters.

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