oil truck “Explosion-flame burns” 7 dead – half a hundred injured!

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oil truck “Explosion-flame burns” 7 dead – half a hundred injured!

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oil truck “Explosion-flame burns” – AFP reported on August 1 that a tanker truck exploded in the southern city of Seba. Libya This resulted in at least six deaths and dozens of injuries.

Local media said seven people had been killed and more than 50 were injured. And the incident happened as large crowds gathered around trucks heading to a gas station in Bentbayyah.

But suddenly there was an explosion and a fire engulfed several cars. At the same time, the people at the scene panicked and ran and stepped on each other in chaos.

At least six people were killed and dozens injured on Monday when a fuel truck exploded in southwestern Libya, medics said. The precise causes of the blast were not clear. It happened when a crowd flocked around the tanker as it headed to resupply a petrol station in the Bent Bayyah district. /Twitter/

Mr Abdulhamid Dibebah Acting Prime Minister of Libya He posted on Twitter that the government was closely monitoring the incident. “We have ordered the crisis response agencies to expedite the transfer of the injured to a major hospital,” where specialist doctors and equipment are available to treat the victims.

Libya has the largest oil reserves in Africa. But with the corruption crisis and the problem of stealing oil to sell to neighboring countries As a result, Libya often does not have enough oil to meet its demand.

7 dead - half a hundred injured!

Medics treat a man injured in a fuel truck explosion at a hospital in Libya’s southern city of Sebha. At least six people were killed and dozens injured in the blast which happened when a crowd flocked around the tanker. AFP

An official at the main hospital in Sebha, southern Libya’s main city, told AFP six people had died. The hospital’s management said on Facebook that “more than 50 wounded were admitted to Sebha hospital”, without indicating the number of deaths. /Twitter/

ภาพประกอบ: Interim Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibah tweeted that his government was “closely following” the incident. Libya has Africa’s largest proven oil reserves, but chronic corruption and theft for smuggling to neighbouring countries means that the pumps often run dry. /anews./

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