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Provo man burned after falling into Yellowstone geyser
First Published Jul 31 2012 02:59 pm • Last Updated Sep 05 2012 01:03 pm

A 37-year-old man from Provo suffered thermal burns Monday after falling into a geyser at Yellowstone National Park.

Park officials said the man fell into Solitary Geyser in the Upper Geyser Basin in the Old Faithful area on Monday.

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He was taken by ambulance to a hospital in West Yellowstone before being flown to the University of Utah Burn Center for treatment.

Park officials did not detail the severity of the man’s injury.


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