Yesterday evening, a fire broke out at a chemical plant in Nam-gu, Ulsan, and it was difficult to extinguish the fire because the gas in the plant burned.
Reporter Kim Hye-rin reports the accident overnight.
Flames and smoke billow from the car.
A fire engine enters the parking lot, and firefighters pour water non-stop.
A fire broke out in a car in the parking lot of a resort in Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do around 7 pm yesterday evening.
No one was injured, but the burning car was completely engulfed and parts of four vehicles parked nearby were damaged by the heat of the fire.
At around 8:40 pm yesterday evening, a fire broke out at a chemical plant in Nam-gu, Ulsan.
When the fire broke out, about 10 employees were evacuated and fortunately there were no casualties.
The fire department has issued the first level of response and mobilized 27 fire engines to put out the fire.
However, it was difficult to evolve due to gas spewing inside the tower-like structure.
At around 9:40 last night, near the Jigok Interchange on the Daejeon-Tongyeong Expressway in the direction of Daejeon, a car driven by a woman A in her 40s collided with a 2.5-ton truck ahead.
At the time of the accident, it is known that A’s blood alcohol level was at the level of license suspension.
This is YTN Kim Hye-rin.
YTN Hyerin Kim ([email protected])
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