SOCORRO, N.M. (KRQE) - The investigation into Monday's fire that injured three at a testing site near New Mexico Tech continues.
A small team was setting up explosives about five miles from the school when some dangerous material caught fire.
The blaze spread to two trucks.
Research scientist Kelly McLain and two contractors, James Chavez and Andrew Baca, were all burned.
McLain has been released from Socorro General Hospital.
Chavez and Baca were airlifted to UNM hospital in Albuquerque.
No current information on their conditions has been released.
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