Jabalpur: Blast in coffee machine, one died

Jabalpur: A young guy was killed when a coffee machine burst in a wedding home in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The tragedy resulted in the deaths of two people, including a 10-year-old daughter. The fate of the innocent is in jeopardy. Non-pressure is considered to be the cause of the accident. The matter is being investigated by Khamaria police. Sitaram banjara's residence in Rithori village had come to Barat from Sivani, according to Khamaria TI Nirupa Pandey.

To welcome the baratis, Sitaram had made coffee. Around 11 p.m. on Thursday, November 25, coffee was being made for baratis. The abrupt blast, on the other hand, surprised the crowd. The coffee machine had been split in two. Gopal Banjara (40), a native of Ghansaur Sivani, and Anshika (10), both a resident of the same village, were found burned nearby. Gopal died on the spot by the time people rushed to help and called 108. Anshika has been admitted to a private hospital in a critical condition.

Nirupa Pandey, a Khamaria TI, said she joined the team as soon as the accident was notified. The coffee machine was seized when it was blasted under pressure. The women who were singing the Song of Mars were outraged after the disaster. After the death of Gopal Banjara, a relative from Ghansaur Sivani, his wife passed out. Despite the accident, the family and relatives finished the wedding procedures and sent the girl away. After a postmortem on Friday, Gopal's body was carried to Sivani by family members. Anshika has also been burned to more than 70% of her body. The physicians have described his condition as critical.

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