Mumbai: Seven people have fallen ill due to hydrogen sulfide poisonous gas at a plant in Raigad, Maharashtra. All of them are being reported to have been admitted to the hospital for treatment. No more information has been found in the matter. Well, you all know that a few days ago, there was similar news from Odisha. In fact, there was a leakage of poisonous gas in a unit of the Rourkela steel plant in Odisha, which led to the death of four people.
Six people had become seriously ill during that. "There were only four laborers who died at the accident site," said officials at the Rourkela steel plant. As soon as the case came to notice, two senior officers of the plant were placed under suspension while taking action in the matter. The incident occurred due to leakage of poisonous carbon mono-oxide gas. The four laborers who died in the accident were working in maintenance work in the coal chemical Department of the steel plant. The incident occurred in the morning, though the cause of gas leakage has not been reported so far.
A high-level inquiry order was issued as soon as the incident took place. Some laborers were also unconscious in the incident which was admitted to the Steel Hospital at Rourkela for immediate treatment. Let us also tell you that the death toll in this incident was identified as Ganesh Chandra Pela (59), Abhimandu Sahu (33), Ravindra Sahu (59), and Brahmanand Panda (51).