Utah’s Yum Yum food truck explosion leaves two men in the hospital
UTAH — An explosion at World Famous Yum Yum’s food truck left two employees in the emergency room with burns.
The company says a fryer malfunction on Friday night and caused an explosion of flames in the truck. The two victims, Ben and Brevin Pierce, were in the truck at the time, a third person named Bryson was also in the truck but was able to escape the flames.
Ben suffered burns on his face, arms, hands, and body, Brevin has second-degree burns on his face and is now recovering.
In their Facebook post, the company said they hope to be back in business soon.
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