Man burned in gas fire while working on motor-home

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PELZER, S.C. - A man was airlifted to a local hospital by helicopter after he suffered burns while working on a motorhome Sunday afternoon, the Journal Online reports. 

The accident happened at a gas station on I-85. 

According to officials, the man was working on his bus motor home when a gas fire started.  Pelzer EMS, as well as Wren and West Pelzer firefighters, responded to the call. 

The cause of the exact cause of the fire is not known. 

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