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Gas Leak at Delhi's Tuglakabad Container Dipo, 110 Students Admitted in Hospital

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Posted on: 06 May, 2017 Tags   Hospital Gas Leak Gas Pipeline Gas Agencies Gas Cylinder

DelhionWeb: 06 May, 2017, Troubled gas leaked from the container depot in Delhi's Tuglakabad Saturday caused fury. Girls from the Rani Jhansi Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya became unconscious due to its fall. So far, 110 girl students have been admitted in Majidia Hospital, Safdarjung and Batra Hospital. The girls complained of irritation and vomiting in the eyes at 7:35 in the morning.

At the same time, the fire brigade reached the spot after getting the information of the gas leak. It is being told that the police and ambulance trains have reached the spot. Relief rescue work in the area has started fast. It is being told that after the leak, the gas spread rapidly and many students came in its grip. It is being told that the gas leak from the container depot behind the school.

Vice Principal of Rani Jhansi Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya told that after the gas leak, the students complained of irritation in the eye and throat. After this, about 50 to 60 children have been admitted to the hospital. They said that now all children are out of danger. On the other hand, DCP Rumil Bania said that some chemical leakage was taken from custom area of Tuglakabad Depot, which came to light when students of the nearby schools complained of irritation in the eye. Students were studying in class during the incident.

They said that immediately after getting information about the gas leak, local police, PCR, NDRF, fire brigade and ambulance teams reached the spot. They said that the girl students have been admitted in the surrounding hospitals. All girl students are out of danger.
 

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