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Watch: Three consecutive explosions trigger massive fire at ONGC plant in Gujarat


Team Udayavani, Sep 24, 2020, 8:33 AM IST

Surat: A massive fire broke out at an Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) plant here in Surat in early hours of Thursday, September 24.

“Around 3 am, 3 consecutive blasts took place at ONGC Hazira Plant which led to the fire. Firefighters present at the spot. No casualty reported so far. The activity of depressurizing the pressurized gas system underway by ONGC officials,” Dr Dhaval Patel, Collector for Surat was quoted speaking to ANI.

Following hours of struggle, the firemen were able to bring the blaze under control. “Fire has been brought under control. There is no casualty or injury to any person,” said ONGC in a statement.

Video Credit: ANI

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