Mumbai : Three Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) men and One ONGC employee died in the industrial accident, Navi Mumbai senior police officer Ashok Dudhe told news agency ANI.
“The fire is under control now and there is no need to panic. People living near the plant must not believe rumours,” he said.
Accordingly, the MGL has advised industrial and commercial customers to switch over to alternate fuel till the gas supplies across MGL’s network is restored by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation.
The MGL network is spread across entire Mumbai, parts of Thane, Palghar and Raigad, serving lakhs of domestic, industrial and other consumers.
At least four persons were killed and a few others injurd in the massive fire that broke out in a storm water drainage network at the ONGC’s oil and gas processing planst in Uran.
“Fire is being contained. No impact on oil processing and gas diverted to Hazira plants. The situation is being assessed,” an ONGC spokesperson told IANS.