6 killed in suspected cylinder blast in Bengaluru

Posted October 17, 2017

At least six people have been killed in the Indian city of Bangaluru, while several others may be trapped as a result of a collapse of a residential building, local media reported Monday.

"Government has made a decision to adopt the girl (whose parents died) who was rescued and will take care of all her expenses", said Bengaluru Development Minister KJ George. Two more persons are feared trapped inside the debris.

Tragic Incident took place in Banglore, A gas cylinder explosion in house to caused the walls of the building to collapse.

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The government has announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to the next of kin of the deceased and Rs 50,000 to injured.

Eye-witnesses said a noise of the blast was heard at around 7 a.m. and the 20-year-old building was reduced to rubble.

The incident comes on the day a family lost their lives in another building collapse in Gadag district in Karnataka. "Cylinders on both ground and first floor had no gas in them", he said.

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As per a TOI report, the victims were identified as Sharavana, his eight-month-pregnant wife Ashwini, Kalavathi, Ravichandran, Hariprasad and Pavan Kalyan. Six bodies, including that of two women, have been recovered.

In the same area, an illegally constructed multi-storey building was demolished after it tilted to one side in August.

He added that five of these were residents of the building itself, while one of the deceased was a neighbour. Almost 40 fire services personnel are carrying out the rescue operations.

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