Fire breaks out at ONGC plant in Navi Mumbai; 2 killed
Team Udayavani, Sep 3, 2019, 9:32 AM IST
Mumbai: Two persons were killed after a fire broke out at the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s (ONGC) plant in Navi Mumbai township of Maharashtra on Tuesday, police said.
The blaze erupted around 7 am in the gas processing plant of the ONGC located in Uran area of neighbouring Navi Mumbai, an official said.
“Two persons have been killed in the mishap,” Navi Mumbai’s Commissioner of Police Sanjay Kumar told PTI.
Several fire brigade teams rushed to the spot, he said, adding that rescue operation was underway.
It is suspected that the fire broke out due to liquid leakage.
It is gathered that residents around the plant are being shifted to safer locations as a safety measure.
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