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2 Marines badly burned in ground flash fire on U.S. base

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A ground flash fire on Marine Corps Air Station Miramar injured two Marines performing aircraft maintenance on an F/A-18 Sunday night, base officials say.

The region has been experiencing extremely high temperatures, notes CBS San Diego affiliate KFMB-TV.

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“Both Marines are currently being treated for severe burns at the UC-San Diego Regional Burn Center.  Our thoughts and prayers are with them,” the base said in a statement.

The leathernecks are from Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 112.

That’s a Marine Corps reserve unit based out of Fort Worth, Texas.

 

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