AUSTIN, Texas – One person was burned Friday when an explosion tore through a distillery in the Hill Country town of Dripping Springs.
Authorities say the blast happened about 7 a.m. Friday at the San Luis Spirits distillery.
Hays County sheriff's Deputy Pam Robinson says one person was airlifted to the burn unit at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio with burns to his hands, legs and face.
The victim's identity and condition were not available, but Robinson says the man was conscious at the scene.
Firefighters were attacking residual flames from the blast.
No cause has been determined for the blast.
San Luis Spirits produces Dripping Springs Vodka. Dripping Springs is a community of 1,800 residents about 20 miles southwest of Austin.