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No Suspects Found After Honey Oil Lab Explosion

A huge quantity of marijuana was found Tuesday at the site of an explosion in Trinity County. At 4:15PM Tuesday afternoon, Hayfork Volunteer Firefighters were dispatched to an explosion and structure fire on Cannon Ball Lane near Wildwood. When they arrived they found what appeared to be a burned up honey oil lab. The process of extracting concentrated cannabis can be done through different processes that are safe and- in some places- legal. However the method that uses highly refined butane is extremely volatile and has caused many injuries and a number of deaths in Northern California. Trinity County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the scene and they found what had been a very large high-production butane honey oil lab, hundreds of small butane canisters, numerous 5 gallon butane bottles and over 200 gallons of isopropyl alcohol. Also at the scene was an indoor garden with 400 growing marijuana plants and nearly a thousand pounds of processed marijuana bud. A handgun was also found, but the people who ran the operation were long gone, and their identities are apparently not known.