Chemical Factory Explosion Injures 16, Five Critically

August 26, 2019

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Chemical Factory Explosion Injures 16, Five Critically

An explosion at the Nector Life Science Ltd factory in Punjab’s Mohali district in India Saturday afternoon left 16 workers injured, including five critically.


The blast occurred on the first floor of the production unit of the factory, which manufactures pharmaceuticals. The cause of the explosion was unknown and an was underway.


According to police, some workers were burried in the debris from the blast and all of the injured workers were admitted to local hospitals. One worker was found almost an hour after the explosion occurred.


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