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Three injured in oil refinery explosion in Brod

29. January 2011. | 09:00

Source: Tanjug

There was an explosion at an oil refinery in Brod, Bosnia-Herzegovina, on Friday, which resulted in three injuries, the refinery has announced.

There was an explosion at an oil refinery in Brod, Bosnia-Herzegovina, on Friday, which resulted in three injuries, the refinery has announced.

The explosion was caused by a fire that broke out after a short circuit.

Two workers were injured by the flames, while the third's hearing was damaged in the explosion.

The workers' injuries are not life-threatening. They were taken to a hospital in Doboj.

The explosion caused no additional fires or spread hazardous material of any kind. The work at the refinery has been restored.

Croatian Ministry reacted to event in Bosanski Brod

Croatian Ministry for Environmental protection, Physical Planning and Development requested official information from authorities in charge in Bosnia-Herzegovina regarding the explosion at the refinery.

Estimating that both explosion and the fire can have excessive pollution as a consequence, and that official data on the event is not available yet, Ministry requested information on the incident from the adequate authorities in BiH.

Media reported about the accident at the refinery, in which three workers were injured, but are stabile, and the citizens of Slavonski Brod, separated from Bosanski Brod merely by river Sava, have been complaining about the stench and smokes from the refinery.


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