Worker in hospital following injury at Regina Co-op oil refinery

Hot diesel sprayed onto the worker's calves.

REGINA — A worker has been taken to hospital after being injured by scalding liquid at the Co-op oil refinery in Regina.

Co-op spokesman Brad DeLorey says hot diesel sprayed onto the worker’s calves while he was doing an inspection.

The employee’s condition is not known.

DeLorey says there will be an investigation to determine what happened.

The area has been isolated and operations at the refinery have not been affected.

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