Three Mira Mesa teens burned in drug explosion

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SDPD police carSAN DIEGO — An explosion caused by an illicit drug-manufacturing operation injured three people at a Mira Mesa apartment complex Friday, authorities reported. The San Diego Police Department says three people, all 19-year-olds, were watching a video on extracting hash oil. They tried to recreate the process on the balcony of their apartment on the 10100 block of Camino Ruiz when the blast occurred at about 3 p.m.

Medics took the three teenagers to UCSD Medical Center in Hillcrest for treatment of non-life-threatening burns to their hands and feet, San Diego Fire Department spokesman Lee Swanson said.


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