3 Severely Injured as Boiler Explodes

Published: 03rd October 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd October 2014 03:19 AM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: In a freak incident, three workers were severely injured while two escaped unhurt after a textile dyeing boiler exploded. The incident took place on Anjaneya Street in Cubbonpet on Thursday.

Fire and emergency personnel rushed to the spot and took the injured workers Gurusiddappa, Somashekhar and Tushanth to a nearby hospital, where they are recovering. Fire officials said the incident took place when five workers were cleaning the boiler in the unit. A worker lit a boiler but forgot to put water in it. The boiler exploded due to overheating. The police said Jagannath had no valid licence to run the business. There was no safety valve in the boiler.Some weaving units and houses were also damaged. Police have registered a case of negligence.

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