Toxic gas leak kills 5, sickens dozens in Karachi port city
The reason why people suddenly died near ancient Greek “Portal to Hell”
A toxic gas leak killed five people and sickened dozens of others in a coastal residential area in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi, police said Monday.
The source of the leak, which occurred on Sunday night, and the type of gas that had leaked were not immediately known. There was no suspicion of sabotage.
Authorities said they became aware of the incident when people in the Karachi neighborhood of Kamari, which is close to the main port where incoming ships anchor, suddenly started rushing to the area’s hospitals with severe breathing problems overnight, police chief Adil Malik told reporters. On Monday, officials were still trying to determine where the gas leak started and what caused it.
You may be interested
Greek Foreign Ministry: Greece & Turkey begin exploratory contactsmakis - Sep 22, 2020
Greece and Turkey have agreed to hold the 61st round of exploratory talks in Constantinople, according to a short announcement…
Greek tourism contributes 23.4 billion euros to GDPPanos - Sep 22, 2020
Greek tourism contributed directly to the country’s economy with 23.4 billion euros (+ 10.9% or + 2.3 billion euros compared…
Huge Christian cross on Greek soil at borders with Turkey annoys ErdoganPanos - Sep 22, 2020
The independent news portal Ahval News, which covers news from Turkey, claims that Erdogan will complain to German Chancellor Merkel…