One injured in Oklahoma oilfield explosion

It happened at a location southeast of Tulsa

At least one person has been taken to a hospital after an oil field explosion in eastern Oklahoma.

The condition of the person was not immediately available.

Earlier reports suggested numerous people were hurt. The Pittsburg County sheriff's office said there is one confirmed injury.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the explosion happened near Quinton in Pittsburg County, about 100 miles southeast of Tulsa.

Quinton police said the head blew off a gas well.

A state route that was closed just after the explosion has reopened.

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