Chaplain Injured in Gas Station Explosion Has Died

Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014  |  Updated 12:17 PM EDT
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Chaplain Injured in Gas Station Explosion Has Died

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A Danbury man who was critically burned while pumping gas in December has died.

A Danbury man who was critically burned while pumping gas in December has died.

Rev. David Wentroble, a chaplain at Nyack Hospital in Nyack, New York was pumping gas at Wheels Citgo Station on Tamarack Avenue on Dec. 20 when there was an explosion.  

He was taken to Bridgeport Hospital's burn unit.

Hospital officials said he died on Tuesday night. 

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