Gas tanker leak stopped – Prayagraj’s team stopped the gas tanker leak after 26 hours

Prayagraj’s team stopped the gas leak from the tanker after 26 hours
Rampur factory. The security team from Prayagraj closed the gas leak from the tanker after 26 hours. After the leak stopped, the tanker was manufactured directly by the authorities. After that, traffic on the Deoria-Kasaya route began at 3 p.m. The Tarkulwa police had been on site since Sunday.
The tanker carrying LPG from Bharat Petroleum from Kolkata to the Baitalpur depot was uncontrolled and overturned near the Konhwalia corner of the Tarkulwa Police Station on the Deoria-Kasaya road on Sunday afternoon. It was loaded with 36 tons of liquid gas. Prayagraj, who lives in Driver Dilshad, was seriously injured in the overturning of the tanker. Inspector Pradeep Sharma, in charge of the Tarkulwa Police Station, Fire Brigade CO Shankar Sharan Rai and security officer of the Baitalpur Depot Snehil Soni arrived with the troops. The authorities tried to stop the gas leak and the leaks. However, the leak could not be stopped. The team of security officer Nasrul Qamar from Prayagraj Depot, assistant Subhash Yadav, Mithilesh Tiwari and Mukesh arrived on Monday. Three hydraulic pressure cranes were called from Gorakhpur to straighten the tanker. The Prayagraj security officer had barricaded 100 meters on site. After that, the Prayagraj and Baitalpur team tried to stop the gas leak. After four hours of hard work, the team managed to stop the gas leak. The tanker was straightened after the leak stopped. The police and administration breathed a sigh of relief after the leak stopped and the tanker was raised. Traffic on the Deoria-Kasaya route was restored at 3 a.m. on Monday afternoon. After straightening the vehicle, the officers brought the tanker under his supervision to Batalpur via Kushinagar. According to official information, the tanker has not been removed from Deoria as the bridge between Baitalpur near the village of Bari has deteriorated. There was also the possibility of a fire in the tanker at the crowded place. So the tanker was brought to the Baitalpur depot via Fourlane.

Prayagraj’s team stopped the gas leak from the tanker after 26 hours

Rampur factory. The security team from Prayagraj closed the gas leak from the tanker after 26 hours. After the leak stopped, the tanker was manufactured directly by the authorities. After that, traffic on the Deoria-Kasaya route began at 3 p.m. The Tarkulwa police had been on site since Sunday.

The tanker carrying LPG from Bharat Petroleum from Kolkata to the Baitalpur depot was overturned in an uncontrolled manner near the Konhwalia curve of the Tarkulwa Police Station on the Deoria-Kasaya road on Sunday afternoon. It was loaded with 36 tons of liquid gas. Prayagraj, who lives in Driver Dilshad, was seriously injured in the overturning of the tanker. Inspector Pradeep Sharma, in charge of the Tarkulwa Police Station, fire department CO Shankar Sharan Rai and security officer of the Baitalpur Depot Snehil Soni arrived with the troops. Authorities tried to stop the gas leak and the leaks. However, the leak could not be stopped. On Monday, the team of the security officer Nasrul Qamar from Prayagraj Depot, the assistant Subhash Yadav, Mithilesh Tiwari and Mukesh reached the place. Three hydraulic pressure cranes were called from Gorakhpur to straighten the tanker. The Prayagraj security officer had barricaded 100 meters on site. After that, the Prayagraj and Baitalpur team tried to stop the gas leak. After four hours of hard work, the team managed to stop the gas leak. The tanker was straightened after the leak stopped. The police and administration breathed a sigh of relief after the leak stopped and the tanker was raised. Traffic on the Deoria-Kasaya route was restored at 3 a.m. on Monday afternoon. After straightening the vehicle, the officers brought the tanker under his supervision to Batalpur via Kushinagar. According to official information, the tanker has not been removed from Deoria as the bridge between Baitalpur near the village of Bari has deteriorated. There was also the possibility of a fire in the tanker at the crowded place. So the tanker was brought to the Baitalpur depot via Fourlane.

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