Six injured, building destroyed in blast at JSW coking plant in Poland
WARSAW (Reuters) – An explosion in a coking plant in southern Poland owned by miner JSW injured six folks and triggered a constructing to break down, a fireplace brigade spokesman mentioned on Thursday.
The explosion on the Koksownia Przyjazn plant in Dabrowa Gornicza was reported to the hearth brigade simply earlier than 1300 GMT, spokesman Stefan Flasza mentioned.
Flasza mentioned that one constructing on the web site had utterly collapsed whereas one other had partially collapsed.
“In the intervening time there are 17 hearth brigade items on the web site,” he mentioned. “Because of the incident six folks had been injured. They’re primarily individuals who have been burnt.”
He mentioned two folks had been in critical situation.
Roman Branka, a spokesman for JSW’s JSW KOKS unit, mentioned a fee had been shaped to research the reason for the blast.
In April a tremor shook JSW’s Borynia-Zofiowka mine in southern Poland, simply days after methane explosions killed 5 folks within the close by Pniowek coal mine, additionally owned by the corporate.
(Reporting by Alan Charlish; Modifying by Paul Simao)