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The Pittsfield man severely hurt in a February explosion will face charges related to hash oil production

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A Pittsfield man injured in an explosion in February, while allegedly making hashish oil, has recovered from his injuries but faces drug charges.

PITTSFIELD — A Pittsfield man seriously injured in an explosion in February, while allegedly making hashish oil, has recovered from his injuries. But he'll soon face charges of marijuana possession and manufacturing a Class C substance.

Garrett Casey, 30, was issued a summons Aug. 9 for the charges. Investigators into the fire say that Casey was injured when a hash oil rig exploded, causing him serious harm.

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Matt Martinez can be reached at mmartinez@berkshireeagle.com.

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