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9 Die in Telangana Hydroelectric Plant fires

9 die in Telangana Hydroelectric Plant fires

Nine individuals have died after a fire broke out at a hydro-electric power plant in the Indian province of Telangana.

The bodies were found during a quest for representatives working underground at the Srisailam plant, the state power age organization said.

Nearby media reports said the fire broke out late on Thursday night and consumed into Friday, catching specialists.

The reports said the fire had been doused.

The Telangana State Power Generation Corporation (TSGenco) said in an explanation that there were 17 representatives inside the structure at that point.

“Eight of them figured out how to come out of the station with wounds, nine others stayed caught inside as they were giving their best to put a shot the discharge and spare the force plant from being copied totally,” the announcement said.

“Every one of them attempted to come out of the getaway burrow, yet they didn’t prevail because of the thick crest of smoke that inundated the whole passage.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his sympathies on Twitter.

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