Suicidal man tries to light himself on fire at Stillwater gas station

A man reportedly bought $1.50 in gasoline, poured it on himself and lit it on fire. Police think the fire went out on its own. The man was taken to a hospital.
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A man reportedly bought $1.50 in gasoline, poured it on himself and lit it on fire. Police think the fire went out on its own. The man was taken to a hospital.

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