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18 dead from chemical plant fire in India


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Yesterday, a fire erupted in a chemical plant in Rune, a city in western India. Reportedly, 37 workers were trapped in the building when the fire started. Alerted to the fire, rescue workers dashed to the scene. They saw plumes of purplish-grey smoke coming out of the building. Firemen broke walls to reach the people trapped inside. Officials say they have yet to determine the cause of the fire. The factory is owned by SV Aqua Technologies, where they make chlorine dioxide products, mostly used in water treatment. The factory was in an area that is known as the Pirangut […]

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