Hardin distillery explosion victim dies

Local 6 has learned one of the victims in the explosion at Silver Trail Distillery in Hardin, Kentucky, has died.

Kyle Rogers’ sister posted on twitter that he died from his injuries Monday after his family decided to take him off of life support at Vanderbilt University Medical Center on Saturday. 

The distillery exploded in April, injuring Kyle Rogers and another worker, Jay Rogers, who is still recovering. 

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