‘Thinner’ pipe causalities reach 50

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The number of patients hospitalized from the “Thinner” pipe explosion that occurred at a paint factory in Keselwatta, Panadura has risen to 50.

They have been admitted to the Panadura Base Hospital after complaining of breathing difficulties due to the gas that escaped after the 'Thinner' pipe exploded.

Meanwhile, it is reported that many had attempted to take away the ‘Thinner’ that had leaked from the pipe. (Indika Manoj)
Video by Pinsiri Perera

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  • Andrew Pitugala Wednesday, 23 December 2015 10:28 AM

    Horrific accident, sorry for the victims.

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