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An important fire was reported on Monday, October 11 in the morning in a gas tank of one of the main Oil Facilities of Lebanon, Zahrani. By succeeding in controlling the fire before it reaches the neighboring reservoirs, firefighters avoided a possible catastrophe.
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images This sinister occurs in the middle of socio-economic crisis in Lebanon, resulting in a severe fuel shortage.
Fire was 8 hours, local time, in a reservoir under the Lebanese army, Zahrani, in the south of the country, consuming 250,000 liters of gasoline, according to the Minister of Energy, Walid Fayad, who went to the scene.
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four hours later, firefighters had managed to circumscribe the fire before he spreads to neighboring reservoirs. We do not regret a victim.
The army had blocked access to facilities located about fifty kilometers south of Beirut, preventing people from approaching them. The coastal road connecting the capital to the south of Lebanon was also cut off.
According to the director of Zahrani facilities, Ziad Al-Zein, the fire occurred while the reservoir was being emptied after the officials found an anomaly."A disaster could have happened"
"We noticed [Sunday] that the roof of the tank was tilted, and started immediately in the morning to transfer the fuel", believing that a short circuit could have occurred.
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He added that a "catastrophe could have happened if the fire had won the neighboring reservoirs."
the Minister of Energy has called upon to wait for the results of the investigation to find out if the incident occurred by accident or if there was a manager.
Zahrani's petroleum installations are adjacent to the power plant of the same name, and distribute the Lebanese market about 15% of the needs of the country in oil.Lebanon embedded in a socio-economic crisis
stared in an unprecedented socio-economic crisis, qualified by the World Bank of one of the worst in the history of the world since 1850, Lebanon has been experiencing serious fuel shortages for months. .
The daily rationments of the electric current culminate more than twenty-two hours a day, and the state struggles to import fuel, on the bottom of A historic tumble of national currency and dewatering foreign currencies.
Saturday, the entire electricity grid has stopped functioning for lack of fuel, according to the National Electricity company of Lebanon (EDL), before the current is very partially restored by the freedmen reserves of the Lebanese army.
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