Firefighters removed nine cylinders from the center of the fire

Fire officer Krishna Kumar fetches LPG bottles from the factory premises.
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Kanpur landscape. When the fire in the GPL factory was extinguished, the bottles began to explode, then the factory workers noticed the LPG and oxygen bottles kept in the godown next to the office. After receiving information, the firefighters and firefighters, not caring about the danger, fetched six full liquefied petroleum gas and three oxygen cylinders from the premises in the middle of the fire.
The inventory of liquefied petroleum gas and oxygen cylinders is kept at the factory to repair equipment wear and tear. Six full liquefied gas and three oxygen cylinders were kept in the hall next to the office. At the same time, some liquefied gas and oxygen bottles were kept in the facility. Shortly after the fire broke out, LPG and oxygen bottles began to burst with sustained explosions in the facility.
The explosion was so strong that the shed and wall in the factory collapsed. Fortunately, the firefighters who put out the fire were not hit by the bottle or the collapsed rubble. After firefighters, Krishna Kumar, firefighter Anubhav Sachan, chief firefighters Matadeen and Prinsu Patel received information about other bottles kept in the premises, they took out LPG and oxygen bottles at the risk of their lives.
Fire department personnel were busy with water cans near the same site. A serious accident could be averted by removing the cylinder. Factory workers also removed some cylinders from the site. The fire brigade announced that three liquefied gas cylinders and two oxygen cylinders were torn in the fire. The total number of torn cylinders will be known after the investigation.
what happened in the factory
Factory fire – 3:15 p.m.
Information to the fire brigade – 3:44 p.m.
Two fire engines came from Maati – at 4:15 p.m.
Third fire truck arrived – 4:50 p.m.
Fourth fire engine arrives – 5.15 p.m.
The fifth fire engine has arrived – at 5:30
Two fire engines arrived from Kanpur – 5:45 p.m.
The fire was brought under control – at 11:15 a.m.

Kanpur landscape. When the fire in the GPL factory was extinguished, the bottles began to explode, then the factory workers noticed the LPG and oxygen bottles kept in the godown next to the office. After receiving information, the firefighters and firefighters, not caring about the danger, fetched six full liquefied petroleum gas and three oxygen cylinders from the premises in the middle of the fire.

The inventory of liquefied petroleum gas and oxygen cylinders is kept at the factory to repair equipment wear and tear. Six full liquefied gas and three oxygen cylinders were kept in the hall next to the office. At the same time, some liquefied gas and oxygen bottles were kept in the facility. Shortly after the fire broke out, LPG and oxygen bottles began to burst with sustained explosions in the facility.

The explosion was so strong that the shed and wall in the factory collapsed. Fortunately, the firefighters who put out the fire were not hit by the bottle or the collapsed rubble. After firefighters, Krishna Kumar, firefighter Anubhav Sachan, chief firefighters Matadeen and Prinsu Patel received information about other bottles kept in the premises, they took out LPG and oxygen bottles at the risk of their lives.

Fire department personnel were busy with water cans near the same building. A serious accident could be averted by removing the cylinder. Factory workers also took some bottles off the premises. The fire brigade announced that three liquefied gas cylinders and two oxygen cylinders were torn in the fire. The total number of torn cylinders will be known after the investigation.

what happened in the factory

Factory fire – 3:15 p.m.

Information to the fire brigade – 3:44 p.m.

Two fire engines came from Maati – at 4:15 p.m.

Third fire truck arrived – 4:50 p.m.

Fourth fire engine arrives – 5.15 p.m.

The fifth fire truck has arrived – at 5:30

Two fire engines arrived from Kanpur – 5:45 p.m.

The fire was brought under control – at 11:15 a.m.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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