Rocks that burned woman sent to state for study

May 18, 2012 by

Rocks that burned woman sent to state for study

Two rocks that spontaneously ignited in a San Clemente woman’s shorts are being sent to a state lab for more testing, officials with Orange County Public Health said Thursday. The two rocks, smooth and orange and green, were tested at the agency Monday after Lyn Hiner, 43, was severely burned Saturday an hour after she and her daughters collected seven rocks at Trestles beach.

Rocks that burned woman sent to state for study

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