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IMAGES: Five in critical condition after food truck explosion

A surveillance camera captured this image of the food truck explosion Tuesday evening. Credit: provided A surveillance camera captured this image of the food truck explosion Tuesday evening. Credit: provided

Five people are still in critical condition after the explosion of a propane tank on a lunch truck on 3rd St. and Wyoming Ave. on Tuesday, according to a statement from Philadelphia Police.

The injured include four employees and one pedestrian. The employees include the female truck driver, 42, along with her 17-year-old daughter and a 27-year-old relative who were sent to Temple Hospital along with the male pedestrian, 23. Additionally, a 13-year-old female relative of the truck driver was sent to St. Christopher's Hospital.

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As of Wednesday, five others have had their injuries treated. Two males, ages 18 and 31, and two females, ages 17 and 18, were released from Einstein and a 24-year-old female was released from Hahnemann.

The ATF Arson and Explosives Task Force will continue theinvestigation along withEast Detective Divisionand the Fire Marshal.

The explosion was captured on video:

The dramatic explosion at 3rd Street and Wyoming Ave on Tuesday night was caught on video, and is seen in this .gif. Credit: Reddit user Supergalactic The dramatic explosion at 3rd Street and Wyoming Ave on Tuesday night was caught on video, and is seen in this .gif. Credit: Reddit user Supergalactic

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