Air conditioning blast in Bangladesh mosque slaughters 12, harms 25
In any event 12 admirers, including a youngster, surrendered to their wounds after six forced air systems detonated in a mosque on the edges of Bangladesh's capital Dhaka.
The impact occurred at the mosque in Narayanganj waterway port town at around 9 pm on Friday.
While 11 admirers kicked the bucket during treatment on Saturday, a minor kid capitulated to his wounds on Friday, said, Dr Samantha Lal
Sen, head of state-run Dhaka Medical College Hospital's consume unit - National Institute of Burn and Plastic Surgery.
He said 25 others are presently being treated at the unit, however, their condition is "extremely basic" as the consume caused more than 90 percent harm to their bodies.
Fire authorities presume amassed gas from a spilled pipeline caused a fire that may have set off the AC blast.
"A pipeline of Titas Gas goes underneath the mosque. We are suspecting that gas had spilled from the pipeline and collected inside as the windows were shut. The blast was most likely set off because of flashes when somebody attempted to turn on or off the ACs or fans," Narayanganj Fire Service's Deputy Assistant Director Abdullah Al Arefin was cited as saying by the Dhaka Tribune.
Witnesses said they discovered five to six individuals emerging from the mosque when the impact happened. Admirers, the majority of them seriously consumed, were discovered lying on the floor, as per them, the report said.
Police and fire administration offices have propelled separate examinations concerning the occurrence.