Chemical Blast in Hyderabad | A Youngman killed in a chemical blast that took place at Gowliguda under Afzalgunj police station limits, Hyderabad on Sunday.
According to the police, the blast occurred while the victim Bharat Bathod who deals in chemicals was disposing of some chemicals in a drain near the house, the police said.
“He took a stick and tried to clear as the drain was choked. Bharat flung into the air due to impact of the blast and blew into pieces while the victim’s father Venugopal was injured severely,” the police said.
Venugopal, who was seriously injured in the incident undergoing treatment at a private hospital, the police added.
Bharat who was into the chemical business, dealing with the Giri Raj company, had been dumping expired chemicals into a manhole located in front of his house, for a long period of time.
On Sunday Bharat had stuffed a load of expired chemicals into the sewerage manhole. After noticing that the chemical did not settle into the sewerage, he poured water on it resulting in a huge blast and his death.
The intensity of the blast was so heavy that Bharat flew upto two floors and resulted in the instantaneous death.
Panic gripped the area as the public was taken aback. On receiving information on the chemical blast, a team of Afzalgunj police reached the spot and a CLUES team was also pressed into service.
The dead body has been shifted to Osmania General Hospital mortuary and a case has been registered. A police investigation is underway.
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