October 2, 2020 6:38:25 pm
A minimum of 15 staff together with engineers at Karnataka Energy Transmission Company Restricted (KPTCL) in Yelahanka, North Bengaluru had been injured in a fireplace accident within the wee hours of Friday. In response to Bengaluru police, the incident occurred on account of a fuel leakage at round three.30 am on Friday. CK Baba, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru Northeast, mentioned, “seven hearth tenders had been rushed to the spot instantly and the hearth was doused and all of the injured at the moment are taking remedy on the non-public hospitals. Two staff of the plant are crucial and relaxation are out of hazard.”
In the meantime, the KPTCL has not but given an official assertion concerning the incident and the explanation behind the accident. In a disturbing video on social media ambulances had been seen ferrying injured engineers to close by hospitals, KPTCL staff had been seen strolling within the hospital with burn accidents and torn garments requesting the hospital crew for remedy.
The KPTCL plant within the Yelahanka close to Puttenahalli lake space is a 350 MW gas-based energy plant. V Ponnuraj, Managing Director of Karnataka Energy company restricted visited the spot and inspected the world on Friday afternoon.
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