- The incident is from Vakalapudi near Kakinada city of Andhra Pradesh.
- One laborer died on the spot, the other died in the hospital
- One of the injured laborers is said to be in critical condition.
Andhra Pradesh: Two workers were killed and at least nine others were injured when a fire broke out at a sugar mill at Vakalapudi near Kakinada town in Andhra Pradesh on Friday. According to the police, preliminary investigation has revealed that the fire broke out in the conveyor belt in the packing unit of the sugar mill, possibly due to a short circuit. According to the police, one laborer died on the spot while the other succumbed to his injuries in the hospital. According to the information, the condition of one of the nine laborers injured in the accident is said to be critical.
The injured are being treated in various hospitals
The condition of one of the nine laborers injured in this accident is said to be critical and has been admitted to a private hospital in Kakinada for treatment. The other injured are being treated at various hospitals in the city, police said. Kakinada Rural MLA K Kannababu and District Superintendent of Police M Rabindranath Babu visited the sugar mill and supervised the rescue operation. The cause of the accident is said to be short circuit.
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