Breaking news: Gas Leaks in LG polymers Industry in venkatapuram 2020
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- A major accident has occurred in the Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. RR in Gopalapatnam
- Chemical gas leaked from LG polymers industry in Venkatapuram Officers found the incident at around 3 is on Thursday morning.
- Officials and firefighters are trying desperately to curb chemical gas leakage.
over 1000 people fell sick and many faced difficulty breathing after a chemical plant in Vizag on Thursday early morning. as per reports, the leakage happened around 3 am at LG polymers industry at RR venkatapuram near naiduthota area close to goplapatnam
The chemical is spread over about 3 kilometers. The natives are in serious trouble. Locals have trouble with shingles, burning eyes, and breathing problems.
Some people who fell unconscious on the road are being rushed to hospitals in ambulances. Women and little children are the most prevalent among the sick. The men in the door were left in a panic
Knowing the matter, police and firefighters reached out to the LG polymers industry. People in the surrounding areas were alerted.
Tens of thousands of ambulances arrived at the scene and carried out rescue operations. Police are moving people from surrounding areas to homes.
Vizag is now alert heavy case leak up to 2hours under the LG polymers company
Its authorized share capital is Rs. 1,300,000,000 and its paid-up capital is Rs. 1,263,299,970.
Lg Polymers India Private Limited’s Corporate Identification Number is (CIN) U25203AP1996PTC025917 and its registration number is 25917. Its Email address is email@example.com and its registered address is R R V VENKATAPURAM VISAKHAPATNAM AP 530029 IN
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Vizianagaram district of north Andhra Pradesh continued to remain the only district in the state with zero cases.
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has directed officials to follow strict medical protocols in hospitals at Red Zones.
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