Harper Hupp Obituary, Death – An inquiry into a house explosion that resulted in the deaths of a baby and her grandparents as well as the hospitalization of two young children with burns has been initiated by the State Fire Marshal’s Office in South Dakota. The explosion also left the youngsters with burns.
The explosion took place at approximately 10:20 a.m. on Wednesday, as stated by the Sheriff of Stanley County, Brad Rathbun. The residence can be found roughly 11 miles (almost 18 kilometers) to the southwest of Fort Pierre. According to the information provided by the sheriff, both Harper Hupp, who was six months old, and her grandmother, LaDonna Hupp, 61, were pronounced dead at the scene of the tragedy. At the age of 66, William Hupp passed away at the hospital where he was being treated.
Myles, age 5, and Royce, age 3, both received significant burns and were taken by helicopter to a burn unit at a hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota. The hospital is located in Minnesota. At the time of the explosion that took place in Pierre, both Kelsey and Trevor Hupp, the children’s parents, were working in Pierre. The explosion took occurred in Pierre. LaDonna and William Hupp were Trevor Hupp’s parents. Trevor was named after his grandfather.
On Thursday, Kelsey Hupp noted on a Caring Bridge account that Royce has third-degree burns on 25 percent of his body, especially on his chest and arms, while Myles has primarily first- and second-degree burns on 10 percent of his body. Kelsey also mentioned that Myles’s injuries are more extensive than Royce’s.