Fire at chemical factory in Ambala, India injures one
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Fire at chemical factory in Ambala, India injures one

4:46 AM, 7th May 2013
Fire at chemical factory in Ambala, India injures one
Fire at chemical factory in Ambala, India injures one.

AMBALA, INDIA: A major fire broke out in a chemical factory at village Mandour close to Ambala City on 7 May 2013, leaving a fire-fighter injured. No causalty was reported but one firefighter was injured in the fire.  Around two dozen fire tenders from Ambala Cantonment, Air Force, Army, Yamunanagar, Chandigarh and Panchkula controlled the flames after a three-hour struggle. The houses adjacent to the factory were directed to vacate as a precautionary measure as several drums of chemicals exploded in the factory, which created panic among the villagers.

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