Breaking! Massive Blast at oxygen refilling plant in Lucknow, 2 died
The blast occurred during an oxygen cylinder refilling at the Oxygen plant in Lucknow.
Lucknow: The blast occurred during an oxygen cylinder refilling at the Oxygen plant in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh's capital, on Wednesday. So far, at least 10 people have not been reported injured in this explosion. This oxygen plant is located on Matiyari Deva Road in Chinhat.
Blast in Oxygen refilling plant:
During the oxygen refilling at the Tea Oxygen plant in Chinhat, Lucknow, there was a huge blast due to a cylinder burst during oxygen refilling. Due to which more than 10 laborers working there were seriously injured.
At the same time, one has died. All were referred to Lohia Hospital in Gomtinagar. Where they are being treated. The blast was so gruesome that the surrounding area also shook. Many laborers suffered severe scorching feet in the accident.
Many injured in blast:
At the same time, the condition of many laborers remains critical. At the same time, the rescue operation is going on at the oxygen plant. There is a team of fire brigade and police on the spot. The stranded people are being evacuated from the scene of the incident. At the same time, the police commissioner and a large number of police forces are reserving.
According to the police, the incident at the oxygen plant was caused by leakage during refilling. The dead included a plant worker and another person who came for refilling. The police commissioner has ordered an inquiry into the accident.
One person lost his hand:
The accident was so frightening that a young man had reached the cylinder for oxygen refilling, as soon as the blast occurred, one of his hands flew away. Several other people standing on the spot have suffered serious injuries. Rescue operation is currently going on at the scene.
There is a crisis of oxygen in the entire state these days. The highest impact is seen in the capital city of Lucknow. Thousands of patients visit the plant for oxygen cylinders here. These oxygen plants also have long lines.
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