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--Update--

Two contract workers that were injured at the Harrison Power Station in Haywood Friday have been treated at the West Penn Burn Center and released, according to First Energy Spokesman Mark Durbin.

One of the workers was treated and released Friday evening, while the other was kept overnight for observation and was released Saturday morning, said Durbin.

The workers had slight burns on the them, mostly from hot water, said Durbin.

First Energy is conducting an internal investigation.

--Original story--
 
HealthNet flew two people to the hospital after they suffered burns at the Harrison Power Station Friday afternoon.

First Energy spokesman Mark Durbin confirmed two contractors from C&K Industrial were doing work at the power station in Haywood when they were injured.

HealthNet flew both victims to the West Penn Burn Center in Pittsburgh. First Energy said one of the victims suffered temperature burns on his arms and chest. He was treated and released. The second victim suffered small chemical burns on his face and is still in the hospital.

Harrison County EMS and Lumberport Fire Department also responded to the incident.

First Energy is conducting an investigation at this time.