Mumbai: A massive fire broke out at a Bharat Petroleum refinery in central Mumbai’s Chembur area on Wednesday. The fire officials said that the cause of the blaze was explosions in Hydrogen tank in the refinery.
‘The blaze occurred at BPCL’s Mahul plant today at around 2: 45pm. The fire was in the Compressor shed of Hydrocracker plant. The fire is being fought by The Refinery fire fighting team. The fire is still on but is under control,’ BPCL spokesperson told.
He also said that 43 people were injured in the fire. They were being taken to hospital for further treatment.