Two Woodford County Men Arrested For Drug Lab Explosion

Two men face drug charges stemming from a Woodford County explosion.

The Woodford County Sheriff’s Office says the men suffered severe burns Monday night at a home at 1207 Clark Street in Lowpoint.

Investigators say they found a hash oil lab on the second floor of the home that caused the explosion. It broke out windows and raised the roof.

The Sheriff’s Office says the suspects, David Terrell, 31, is in critical condition, and Daniel Gardner, 40, is in serious condition at OSF St. Francis Medical Center.

Both men are charged with hash oil manufacturing and a drug-related child endangerment charge.



Cubs First Baseman Visits Peoria Cancer Patients Tireless Project Returns This Weekend Summer Camp Returns To Chillicothe Eureka Man’s Bond Set At $5 Million Wall Of Remembrance Display Open In Springfield Lawmakers Consider Medical Marijuana To Fight Opioid Abuse