HANCOCK - Two Berkeley Springs, W.Va., men were burned in an accident Thursday night at Rayloc Corp., Deputy State Fire Marshal Jason M. Mowbray said in a press release
Harry Didawick and Donald R. Stotler were working around a propane filling station when a propane leak was ignited by a fork truck, Mowbray said. A subsequent flash fire burned both men, Mowbray said.
Didawick, 63, sustained second- and third-degree burns to his head, neck, chest and arms, Mowbray said Friday morning.
Didawick was listed in good condition Friday night at Johns Hopkins Bayview Burn Center in Baltimore, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Stotler, 53, sustained first-degree burns on his arms, Mowbray said. A hospital spokeswoman who was asked to provide Stotler's condition Friday afternoon did not return a phone call.
Stotler's injuries were "rather minor," Mowbray said Friday night.
Both men refused treatment at the scene, but later sought treatment at Morgan County War Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs.