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Two injured in well site fire

WEST UNION, W.Va. — One worker with Antero Resources was still being treated at a Pittsburgh, Pa. hospital Monday following a Sunday accident at a natural gas drilling site in Doddridge County.

The worker was one of the two injured in a fire that happened while the two workers were reportedly installing a sand separator at a well pad located near West Union.

The accident came just a few months after two workers died following an incident at another location for Antero Resources in Doddridge County.





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