In image smog from firm in Badlapur
Sai Kiran, one of the residents of the area, said, "We could not even see the building next to ours. All we could see was smog."
Local people at Badlapur griped foul odour in the MIDC region on Thursday around 10 pm.
Fire brigade authorities informed that overheating regarding synthetic substances – like benzene and sulphuric corrosive – put away at a manufacturing plant in Badlapur MIDC delivered vapour into the air. The fire detachment began cooling tasks and managed the circumstance by 11.45 pm.
A fire brigade personal said, "On Thursday, the two chemicals had overheated and emitted fumes, which spread across the entire area. The gas is not hazardous, but residents found it difficult to breathe, and developed itchy eyes cough. We reached the spot and immediately and started the reactor cooling machine to control the temperature of the chemicals. We started making emergency announcements in the area asking residents to stay in their home. We'll also investigate the matter in detail and take necessary action against the company for negligence."
Source: Hindustan Times
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