St. George, UT –*UPDATE* Injured Family Identified After Cabin Explosion Causes Injuries To Four In Duck Creek Village In Kane CountyUtah Legal News
St. George, UT (February 26, 2019) – A heater explosion at a cabin in Duck Creek Village late Saturday evening forced four victims to be life-flighted to a nearby hospital for treatment. A family of three, who have been identified as Enisa Redmond, Brandon Redmond, and their 15-month old son, as well as a maintenance worker named Sid, all sustained minor injuries in the incident.
After the explosion, Enisa Redmond went back to the child’s sleeping area once the fire began. An 800-pound beam fell and hit her in the back of the neck. Sid lifted the beam off Enisa and rushed her to safety. All victims received medical treatment for their injuries. The cabin was completely lost to the blaze. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sid and the Redmond family as they heal from their injuries.
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