Local 6 learned Thursday that nine of the 10 employees were released from the hospital. Since then, one of those nine individuals has returned for further testing.
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For the second time since 2019, an explosion rocked a Dippin' Dots facility in Paducah Wednesday afternoon.
Nine of the 10 employees injured in an explosion at a facility owned by Dippin' Dots in Paducah have been released from the hospital, the company confirmed Thursday. One person is still in the hospital.
Dippin' Dots has opened a new manufacturing facility focused on supporting the demand for Dippin' Dots Cryogenics, L.L.C., an arm of the company that lends the brand's patented technology and equipment for applications to other industries beyond ice cream.
An investigation is underway into the explosion at the Dippin' Dots facility in Paducah. Investigators believe at this time that the explosion was an industrial accident.
The Paducah Fire Department, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives are investigating the cause of the Friday explosion at the Dippin' Dots facility in Paducah.