Maharashtra: Boiler explosion in a chemical factory. 6 people died!

Chennai: 6 people have been killed so far in a boiler explosion in a chemical factory in Thane, Maharashtra. More than 25 people were injured.

An accident occurred today in a private chemical factory operating in Dombivali area of ​​Thane near Mumbai, Maharashtra. This caused a fire in the factory. It has been reported that 6 people have died and more than 25 people have been injured in this accident.

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who posted about the accident, said that 8 people have been rescued so far in this accident. Also, the incident of boiler explosion in a private chemical plant was tragic. So far 8 people have been rescued. Arrangements have been made to provide proper treatment to the injured. Ambulances are kept ready. Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that within 10 minutes of the incident, the rescue team and the fire brigade were called.

At present 15 fire engines have been deployed to douse the fire in the plant. The fire department officials have estimated that it will take at least 4 hours to put out the fire that broke out here as it is a chemical factory.

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