Three individuals had been killed after a fireplace broke out at a Polybutadiene Rubber (PBR) plant in Reliance Industries, Vadodara, early Thursday morning. According to sources, the accident happened round three am when different staff of the plant had gone out for snacks, whereas the three had been inside.
The deceased recognized as Arun Dabhi (49), Pritesh Patel and Mahendra Jadav (42) have been taken to SSG hospital for the autopsy examination. According to Arun’s sister Hina Dabhi, she was knowledgeable in regards to the accident round 8:30 am.
“He had been working at the same factory for the last 20 years on contractual basis as a plant operator and supervisor. He had evening shift yesterday but had continued a night shift because a friend of his wanted to switch shifts,” stated Hina.
Mahendra Jadav, survived by his spouse and two sons, was additionally working as a plant operator. According to his brother Mukesh Jadav, who additionally works at the warehouses at Reliance, the plant has 16 staff together with 13 labourers, one in cost and two plant operators. He was knowledgeable in regards to the accident over the telephone at 7 in the morning, he says.
“My elder brother had been employed at the same plant for the last 15 years or more. We expect that either a job is provided to one of the family members or a fair compensation to help with the education of the children,” stated Mukesh.
Reliance Industries launched a press release, “In an unfortunate incident this morning a fire broke out in PBR2 plant of the Vadodara complex. The fire was restricted to one section of the plant and timely action by Reliance firefighting team helped in quickly extinguishing the fire. Unfortunately, three contract workers who were injured later succumbed to injuries, despite the best efforts of the medical team. Our prayers and sympathies are with their families in their time of grief and will support the family to overcome their personal tragedy. While an investigation will be conducted to ascertain the reasons of the fire, the rest of the complex is continuing with normal operations.”