Con Ed Worker Burned in West 92nd Street Explosion, Officials Say
UPPER WEST SIDE — A 26-year-old Con Ed worker was burned in an electrical explosion on the Upper West Side Friday afternoon, officials said.
The man suffered first- and second-degree burns to his face and neck in the explosion at 294 W. 92nd St., between Broadway and West End Avenue, about 12:50 p.m., the FDNY and Con Ed said.
He was rushed to New York Hospital, fire officials said. His injuries were not life-threatening, Con Ed said.