Five people were injured
A huge fire in a pipeline at the facilities of the state oil company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) was reported yesterday 2/23 by the Secretariat of Civil Protection of Veracruz, Mexico.
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The fire started at the Tuzandépetl strategic storage center in the municipality of Ixhuatlán at 3:40 local time.
It is Pemex’s largest crude oil storage facility in the country.
México: Fires at Pemex refinery and fuel tanks in Veracruz
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The agency informed that as a precautionary measure, the facilities of the University of Ixhuatlán del Sureste were evacuated. The population of the area was asked to follow the instructions of the authorities.
ŞİMDİ: #mexika, #Veracruz‘daki Ham Petrol Depolama Tesisinde Büyük Patlama Bildirildi..#Mexico #fire pic.twitter.com/QLT8GPBYw7
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Five people were injured and are in stable condition as they were rushed to the Pemex Regional Hospital in Mina. The fire was brought under control by PEMEX firefighters.
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