MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two teenagers from northwestern Minnesota are recovering at Hennepin County Medical Center after being badly burned in a bonfire accident on Saturday.
The incident happened on Saturday near Fosston. According to their GoFundMe pages, the teenagers involved are 18-year-old Savannah Munter and 16-year-old Allen Halland. Both are students at Fosston High School.READ MORE: 'A Boost At The Right Time': Federal Teams Help Minnesota Hospitals Overwhelmed By COVID
According to the GoFundMe pages, they both sustained serious burns after catching fire while adding gas to a bonfire. Halland has burns that cover up to 54 percent of his body. He’s expected to be at HCMC recovering for at least a month.
Munster also sustained severe burns in the accident and is in serious, but stable condition at HCMC. It’s not known what her recovery time is.READ MORE: St. Paul Hospice That Opened On Pearl Harbor Day In 1941 Marks 80 Years
To help both families with medical and travel expenses, here are their GoFundMe pages.'A Team Of Rivals': Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Taps Critics For Working Group Focused On Curbing Violent Crime