CNG cylinder blast in Peshawar kills 4

Explosion also damages nearby cars, roof of the CNG station.


Web Desk July 21, 2014

PESHAWAR: A CNG cylinder installed in a vehicle exploded, killing four people in Peshawar, Express News reported on Monday. 

The blast took place at a CNG station in the Ring Road area. The explosion also damaged vehicles parked close by.

According to initial details, the cylinder was being filled with CNG when the blast occurred.

The intensity of the explosion was so extreme that it blew off the roof of the station. A bus parked near by was also severely damaged, however, the passengers remained safe.

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Muhajir | 7 years ago | Reply @roarwali: Many of my relatives have stopped using CNG gas. Instead they use Petrol which is way too expensive for them.
roarwali | 7 years ago | Reply

substandard gas cylinders and corrupt business practices pose high safety risk to the general public

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