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Lily Allen suffers 'minor burns' in gas explosion at Glastonbury

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The singer posted pictures of her minor burns - and said she is lucky it is not a lot worse
The singer posted pictures of her minor burns - and said she is lucky it is not a lot worse

Lily Allen has suffered 'minor burns' in a gas explosion at Glastonbury.

The 30-year-old singer took to her Instagram account last night to reveal she'd been involved in an accident while staying in a caravan near the Glastonbury music festival site in Somerset, south west England.

Alongside a close-up photograph of her face, she wrote: "I was in a gas explosion in my caravan today and I have minor burns.

"It was absolutely terrifying and I wouldn't want anyone to go through anything similar. Please be SO careful using gas stoves at anytime but especially during festival season when ones reaction times may be a little off. Feeling very grateful to be alive. Happy camping (sic)."

The singer - who has been spending a lot of time in Los Angeles working on new music - appeared to have decided to travel to the popular festival a few days early before the incident.

Lily - who has daughters Ethel and Marnie with husband Sam Cooper - posted a photo of the view of the Worthy Farm site from her caravan the day before the gas explosion took place alongside the caption "#glastonbury2015".