Late-night gas leakage in Visakhapatnam, villages evacuated
Late-night gas leakage in Visakhapatnam, villages evacuated

Once again the leakage of gas came from the chemical factory in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, late-night. In fact, recently fire officer Sandeep Anand said about the matter that "as a precautionary work is being done to evacuate the village for 3km. But the police said that the rumour of leakage arose due to maintenance.

According to Sandeep Anand, the fire officer of the district, according to the district, about 50 fire personnel are executing the operation with the help of NDRF. With this, villages have been ordered to be evacuated for safety and precautions within a radius of 2-3 km. According to reports, 10 more fire tenders including 2 foam tenders have also reached the spot and the ambulance is also standing there for any emergency.

In this case, a spokesperson of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that "the incident of gas leaks at a chemical plant in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh should be thoroughly investigated". "We offer condolences to the people who lost their lives in this accident and wish the affected people to recover soon," he said in the daily press briefing. Areas are. Such incidents should be thoroughly investigated by the local authorities.

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