Shadnagar factory blast: Dead bodies moved to Osmania Hospital for postmortem

Hyderabad Desk

Hyderabad: The dead bodies of the five workers who lost their lives in an explosion that occurred at the South Glass Industry factory in Shadnagar, Telangana on Friday, June 28, were moved to the Osmania Hospital in Hyderabad for post-mortem.

The blast occurred in the compressor of the glass moulding factory, with the impact causing severe injuries and scattering body parts across the site. 

The victims were migrant workers from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and Odisha. The police collected evidence from the scene, including glass fragments, powder, and gas samples from the autoclave machine believed to have caused the accident. 

The samples will be sent to a lab, and the report will be provided to the Shadnagar police to aid their investigation.

Local officials, including the Shadnagar MLA and MLC, visited the factory to assess the situation and understand the reasons behind the tragic incident. 

Authorities have promised to provide financial assistance to the affected families along with a thorough investigation to determine the exact cause of the explosion and any potential safety lapses.

(This is a developing story. The latest version will be updated)

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