Alaskan Bush People star Matt Brown surprises his Facebook fans with an update on his injury after the infamous refrigerator explosion accident.
Matt Brown gave his worried Facebook fans an updated status on how he is doing after the explosion because Alaskan Bush People Season 7 episode 3 will most likely drag it out. Since the filming of the show’s Season 7 episode 3 took place several weeks ago, Matt Brown’s injury from the explosion accident is – in real life – already a matter of the past.
What happened to Matt Brown?
According to some Alaskans, Matt Brown filled a mason jar with gunpowder and cannon fuse and intended to store it in an old refrigerator. Before Matt knew it, the mason jar exploded in the fridge. The explosion was so strong that it blew the refrigerator door of its hinges. The door landed on Matt’s head injuring him severely.
After the accident, Matt Brown, Billy Brown’s oldest son, was transported via medic to the hospital where his injury was taken care of. Matt, 32, reportedly received nine staples in his head and was then released.
When exactly was Matt Brown injured?
Matt’s explosion accident took place in Browntown on Tuesday evening, May 23. Since it was night time, the film crew would not have been filming on the set of Browntown, but they were reportedly nearby on the boat dock.
Footage showing the medics responding to injured Matt shows the medics arriving and telling Billy Brown’s oldest son that they will take care of him. The footage was most likely taken from a distance by film crew members.
Whether or not Alaskan Bush People star Matt Brown was alone at the time of the explosion has been subject to numerous rumors. Even more rumors are circling about what Matt was actually doing. Was Matt working with someone else in making moonshine or working on a Meth lab?
Besides Matt Brown, did anyone else get hurt in the explosion on the Alaskan Bush People set? So far there has been no confirmation on who, if anyone else, was with Matt at the time of the accident. We will provide an update once reliable information is available.
How is Matt Brown doing?
What matters to most Alaskan Bush People viewers is to have an update on how Matt is doing after getting injured in the explosion. On June 9, less than 3 weeks after Matt’s injury, Matt gave his fans an update via Facebook.
Matt’s message, posted on June 9 at 9:03 a.m., reads the following:
A message from Matt Brown to all of his fans:
“Thank you to everyone for your well wishes following my recent accident. I am doing well and recovering with my family. This year has been tough for us but your positive thoughts mean so much and keep us hopeful. Thank you again.”
Matt Brown’s Facebook page is actually not by Matt himself but one of his fans. Unfortunately, many Alaskan Bush People fans do not realize that and keep posting messages as it was Matt’s Facebook page.
Read also: Joshua Brown’s real life
Both Joshua Bam Brown’s and Matt’s Facebook page administrators make it very clear that these are not Facebook pages by Matt or Joshua. Nevertheless, both Alaskan Bush People sons are close to their fans and post frequently in photos with them.
One of Matt Brown’s fans has posted a wonderful video clip showing Alaskan Bush People‘s oldest son before the May explosion accident.
What ‘Alaskan Bush People’ Season 7 episode airs tonight?
Besides some confusion on when Matt Brown got injured during his explosion accident, there is also some confusion as to what Alaskan Bush People Season 7 episode Discovery Channel is showing. Here is a clarification:
During Alaskan Bush People Season 7 episode 1, which premiered on June 21 and was titled “Faith & Family,” the Browns leave Browntown to do testing for Ami’s illness. Noah remains in Browntown to defend the homestead against the Alaskan wilderness.
During Alaskan Bush People Season 7 episode 2, which premiered on June 28 and was titled “The Long Road,” viewers learn that Ami is dealing with stage 3, potentially stage 4 lung cancer. While Ami’s illness continues to be examined in California, Matt Brown joins Noah in the Alaskan bush.
Alaskan Bush People Season 7 episodes air Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. on the Discovery Channel.