Annamoriah resident Tony Arthur was released from a Huntington hospital Sunday, returning home to recover from second and third degree burns to his arms. Arthur barely escaped death when his hay mower clipped a gas pipe in the middle of a meadow on June 9.

A high-pressure gas line ignited, causing a roaring fire which consumed his farm tractor. (SEE Herald 6/9/01).

"I am very fortunate." said Arthur, who has received skin grafts on much of his arms. Arthur and his wife went to Grantsville Monday to "Get a haircut that I have really needed."

The family stated it may be several months before he will be able to return to work.

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