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Gas Cylinder Blast in Noida Leaves Seven Injured: Authorities Investigate Incident

On Saturday morning, seven people were injured in Noida's Sector 102 due to a gas cylinder detonation, seven of whom were children aged 11 or younger

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Gas Cylinder Blast in Noida Leaves Seven Injured

Gas Cylinder Blast in Noida Leaves Seven Injured: Following their initial transportation to a private hospital, the wounded were subsequently transferred to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi’s burn unit.

Gas Cylinder Blast in Noida Leaves Seven Injured

On Saturday morning, seven people were injured in Noida’s Sector 102 due to a gas cylinder detonation, seven of whom were children aged 11 or younger, according to information released by police officers on Sunday.

The police reported that at approximately 11.30 am, they were informed of the incident at the Sector 39 police station. Subsequently, a team from the station, accompanied by officials from the fire department, immediately raced to the location.

“At the time of the incident, 24-year-old Ranbir Kumar, a native of Salarpur, was preparing samosas from his food cart on a narrow street within the village, which contains twelve dwellings. The rupture of the small gas cylinder he was employing resulted in the physical harm of seven individuals. Malti Devi (50), Gudiya Verma (32), Vijay Kumar (32), Maya Kumari (25), Randhir Singh (24), Saroj Singh (22), and an 11-year-old infant, all of whom reside in the village of Salarpur, were identified as the victims, according to ACP-1 Noida Rajneesh Verma.

Following their initial transportation to a private hospital for medical attention, the wounded were subsequently transferred to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi’s burn unit.

“Among the injured, two suffered 40 per cent burns, while the remaining patients were expected to be discharged on Saturday evening. Doctors have reported that all seven patients are currently in stable condition. As of now, no formal complaints have been filed regarding the incident,” the officer added.

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