Explosion at the Ford plant in the U.S.

Explosion at the Ford plant in the U.S.

Jefferson City : MO : USA | Jun 16, 2013 at 7:33 AM PDT
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Nitrogen burst into the sewer

The plant of the American auto giant Ford, located in the city Kleykomo (Mo.) in the central part of the U.S. explosion

In the local Fire Department confirmed the information, adding that after the explosion at the fire started.

Later, the head of the city's fire department, Ron Stewart said that the cause of the explosion at the factory Ford, most likely, was a violation of safety rules during painting work on the shop floor.

According to him, the lungs were injured while two workers who carried out these works. They are taken to the hospital for medical examination. Which began after the explosion container with combustible materials fire was quickly localized. Who sets the size of the damage caused to the enterprise.

This is the third explosion that occurred during the last week in the U.S. plants. For example, an explosion rocked Thursday at Williams Olefins Company chemical plant in Geismar, Louisiana, claimed the lives of two people, with more than 100 injured.

And the day before, also in Louisiana, an explosion occurred at the plant for nitrogen production company CF Industries in Donaldsonville. As a result, emergency one person was killed and eight were injured.

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Auto workers at Ford's Chicago assembly plant
Auto workers at Ford's Chicago assembly plant
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