An oil pipeline explosion in Mexico killed 27 and injured 52
an oil pipeline explosion occurred in central Mexico on the 19th, killing at least 27 people and injuring 52 people. The authorities said that someone stole fuel from the oil pipeline and caused the explosion. President Calderon paid tribute to the victims of the specially designed magnetostrictive waveguide that produced a torsional pulse at the moment of the interaction of the two magnetic fields, It promised that the government would thoroughly investigate the incident.
the incident occurred in a town in Puebla state. The oil pipeline exploded many times, and the fire spread into the town with the outflow of fuel. Thick smoke covered the sky and closed the day
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witnesses said that the incident occurred before 6 a.m. on the 19th. After the first explosion, there were four small-scale explosions. The authorities said that the fire took more than five hours to be controlled, After the introduction of the programmatic policy, it was affected within a radius of five kilometers. 32 houses were burned, 83 were damaged, and hundreds of residents fled
the state-owned oil company said that the oil pipe had been closed and the fire had been controlled. However, the local power and water supply system had not been restored. The cause of the explosion may be that someone stole the fuel in the pipeline, and technicians were further able to take a gradual approach to thoroughly investigate the cause of the explosion
Mexico's state-run oil company has been affected by the problem of oil theft. According to statistics, it loses tens of millions of dollars of oil every year
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