Fire breaks out at petrochemical facility in southwest Iran

(Reuters) – A hearth broke out at a facility belonging to the Shahid Tondgooyan Petrochemical Organization in southwest Iran but was quickly contained, the official IRNA news company documented on Sunday, citing a regional formal.

The hearth was brought on by an oil leak but did not direct to any casualties or economical hurt, Mohsen Beyranvand, the governor of Mahshahr county said, in accordance to IRNA.

Beyranvand explained the fireplace as insignificant and said it was set out in much less than ten minutes.

There have been a number of explosions around Iranian military services, nuclear and industrial services because late June.

A gas explosion shook a residential building in Iran’s capital Tehran on Saturday, injuring one particular particular person, the semi-official ISNA news agency quoted the city fireplace office as indicating.

A chlorine fuel leak happened at a device of the Karoon petrochemicals plant near the port of Bandar Imam Khomeini on the Gulf on July 4, injuring dozens, the semi-official ILNA information agency reported.

(Reporting by Babak Dehghanpisheh, enhancing by Louise Heavens)

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