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Separate cannabis extraction explosions send four, including two young children, to hospital

A 51-year-old woman in Oregon has been charged with unlawful manufacturing of marijuana extracts after suffering burn injuries during an explosion in an enclosed trailer this week.

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Sirena Alice Yotes suffered severe burns on her legs and the trailer sustained major fire damage during the blast at about 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 13, according to a police log released by the Roseburg Police Department.

Yotes, who needed to be taken to hospital for treatment, admitted she had been using “an open-loop system to obtain the marijuana oil,” the police say.

Recreational cannabis is legal in Oregon for those 21 and older, who can use, possess

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