U of M journalism professor recovering from propane accident

Chris Ison's family is optimistic he will make a full recovery, according to MinnPost. He reportedly suffered "2nd degree burns on his hands, face, top of his head and legs" at his cabin in Wisconsin.
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Chris Ison's family is optimistic he will make a full recovery, according to MinnPost. He reportedly suffered "2nd degree burns on his hands, face, top of his head and legs" at his cabin in Wisconsin.

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