Eyewitness from Vizag recounts what transpired after the gas leak at LG Polymers Plant

Naveen, a resident of Vizag, where the LG Polymers Chemical Plant is located, explains what transpired after the gas leak from the plant.

FP Staff May 08, 2020 17:11:58 IST

Naveen, a resident of Venkatapuram, where the LG Polymers Chemical Plant is located, explains what transpired after the gas leak from the plant. Since, 8 people have died and more than 300 hospitalised.

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