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    Two workers break down in nuclear reactor explosion

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    Two workers break down in nuclear reactor explosion

    Hyderabad: Two workers of the Aurore Pharmaceuticals Pvt Limited located in Jeedimetla Industrial expanse died owed to a nuclear reactor blowup on Wednesday. It is suspected that the blowup occurred owed to surplus imperativeness being built in the nuclear reactor used to invent drugs. Due to the striking of one body against another, a helping of the top of a building and architectural partition was damaged.

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    The victims were Ravinder Reddy (25) and Kumar (24), both residents of Shapur Nagar and Jeedimetla.

    Ravinder Reddy and Kumar suffered sober burns, and the co-workers were immediately rushed to their free from harm or evil. However, both died on the smudge and the bodies were shifted to Gandhi Hospital morgue for autopsy.

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    According to the police, the blowup took grade at around 12pm when there were around 30 workers in the fellowship and five of them were working in the nuclear reactor segment of the research lab.

    The fellowship authorities alerted the Fire department and police, who reached the smudge and dozed the fervor. Few not the same workers who suffered bruises and suffocation were given first-aid.

    The Jeedimetla police booked a vitrine for neglect causing expiry against the direction of the fellowship and the probe is on. “We suspect that excess pressure was built up in the reactor. More details will be known after further investigation,” said the police.

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