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Another Indian Tanker Fire

 

HYDERABAD: Panic prevailed at the IBP petrol bunk near Shopper’s Stop in Begumpet after fire broke out while diesel was being loaded into the ground tank from tanker on Saturday night.

A 20-year-old worker of the bunk sustained minor burns while trying to douse the flames that damaged the hose pipe connected to the ground tank and the tanker’s tyres while traffic went haywire on the Begumpet-Secunderabad main road for over two hours.

Four fire tenders, including a multi-purpose vehicle and an Advanced Fire-fighting Technology vehicle, were pressed into service to put out the fire.
Explosion feared

The tanker containing 8,000 litres of petrol and 4,000 litres of diesel was parked near the ground tank.

“The cause of fire is yet to be ascertained. But the petrol bunk manager says sparks emanating from the ground tank ignited the delivery hose pipe,” Secunderabad Station Fire Officer K. Vijay Kumar, told reporters.

Flames soon spread from the pipe to the tanker’s tyres.

“As the flames went upwards, it looked like the tanker got burnt. Fearing explosion, passers-by and people travelling by the route in vehicles got panicky and began to flee the area,” Mr. Kumar said.

The bunk employees tried in vain to douse the blaze using fire extinguishers and alerted the fire service officials.

Shops opposite the bunks downed the shutters and traffic going towards Rasoolpura junction was stopped for some time as a precaution. The firemen brought the fire under control within five minutes by using foam.

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