Messico, esplode petrolchimico,tre morti – Ultima Ora –


Strong explosion at petrochemical complex leaves at least 30 injured in Mexico
epa05269604 A group of workers evacuates the premises of a Pemex petrochemical complex following a strong explosion, in Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, 20 April 2016. At least 30 people were injured on 20 April in a strong explosion at the petrochemical complex of the state-owned Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) in the port of Coatzacoalcos, in the eastern state of Veracruz, officials said. The explosion occurred around 15.30 local time (20.30 GMT), in the plant Clorados 3 of the Mexican Petrochemical Vinyl (PMV) known as Pajarito, a joint venture between Mexican petrochemicals consortium Mexichem and state oil firm Pemex, media said. Authorities issued an alert to the general population of Coatzacoalcos to refrain from leaving their homes due to the presence in the air of chemicals that could cause skin burns. EPA/STRINGER — BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE



Almeno tre persone sono morte e altre 60 sono rimaste ferite nell’esplosione avvenuta ieri sera inun impianto petrolchimico della Pemex sulla costa meridionale del Golfo del Messico. (ANSA)

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