Andra Pradesh: ONGC gas pipeline leaks
Andra Pradesh: ONGC gas pipeline leaks

Between the lockdown and the corona infection, the news of a gas leak in Andhra Pradesh was stirred once again. The news of leakage in the oil pipeline of Oil and Natural Corporation (ONGC) in Turupplem village of Malikipuram mandal in the state's East Godavari area came to light on Saturday. According to police, the villagers alerted the authorities about this and now the matter is under control. This is the second incident of gas leaks in the state in ten days. Earlier, on May 7, gas was fired from LG Polymer India Pvt. Plant in Visakhapatnam. In this, 12 people died and more than 400 people had to be hospitalized.

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The sub-inspector of Malikipuram Nagaraju told news agency ANI that the gas leak started at around 6 pm on Saturday. ONGC technicians arrive on the spot and shut down all Wales. After this, the situation was brought under control by reducing the pressure.

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More than a thousand people were affected by the leakage of gas stearin used to make artificial rubber from the plant of LG Polymer India Pvt. People were sleeping when this accident happened around 2.30 am. By the time people opened their eyes, they had come under its influence. The gas quickly spread to the surrounding areas. People fainted in their sleep. Its effect on animals and birds was also seen.

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