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A hot-air balloon exploded Sunday near Terre Haute, Indiana after hitting several power lines.
The explosion and ensuing fire were caught on camera by a man leaving a nearby store.
The video shows the balloon on the ground as it is engulfed by flames.
The pilot managed to escape without injury, but a passenger suffered second degree burns to his face and arms.
He was transported to an area hospital for treatment.