Man burned in meth lab explosion now charged

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CALEDONIA, Minn. (WEAU) -- The man involved in a meth lab explosion last month has now been charged.

The criminal complaint says Mark Link, 50, of Caledonia, Minnesota is now facing charges of manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine.

It says on October 20th, Link was burned when a meth lab inside of his home had erupted.

It says the Houston County Sheriff's Department received a search warrant that turned up evidence that link had been making meth inside of the house.

If convicted he faces up to 25 years in prison.

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