5 killed in major fire at ONGC plant in Navi Mumbai, gas diverted to Gujarat plant
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At least five persons were killed in a major fire that broke out an Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s (ONGC) gas processing plant at Navi Mumbai’s Uran on Tuesday.

The fire broke out at 7 am on Tuesday morning.

Eight others who have been injured in the fire have been admitted to a hospital. Gas has been diverted to a plant at the Hazira plant in Gujarat, ONGC has said.

“A fire broke out in stormwater drainage early morning in Uran oil and gas processing plant. ONGC fire services and crisis management team immediately pressed into action. Fire is being contained. No impact on oil processing. Gas diverted to Hazira Plant. The situation is being assessed,” ONGC said in a tweet.

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