2020-07-06

Iranian power plant nuclear facility suffered fires and explosions, Israel was accused of launching cyber and military attacks

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Iran’s official news agency IRNA reported on July 4 that a fire broke out at the Sergean Power Plant in the city of Ahwaz in southwestern country, which interrupted the local power supply for two hours. It is reported that many industrial facilities in Iran, including nuclear facilities, have recently suffered frequent fires and explosions. Kuwaiti media accused Israel of launching cyber and military attacks on Iran, but Israeli officials declined to comment.

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According to reports, a transformer at the Zerggen power plant suddenly exploded on the 4th, causing a fire in the power plant. It took firefighters two hours to put out the fire and restore power. Power Plant Sanitation and Safety Manager Hafez said the cause of the accident is still under investigation.

It is also reported that on the 4th, chlorine gas was generated in the Kalugan chemical plant near the Persian Gulf in southeastern Iran In the spill, 70 workers were taken to hospital for inhalation of chlorine gas.

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Recent fires and explosions have occurred frequently in many important industrial facilities in Iran.

It is reported that many important industrial facilities in Iran have recently suffered frequent fires and explosions. On July 2, a fire broke out in Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility. The Iranian government stated that no one was injured in the accident and the fire only burned down a work shed.

On June 30, a sudden explosion at a medical station in the northern part of Iran’s capital Tehran killed 19 people. Iranian officials said the explosion was caused by a gas leak.

On June 26, the Palchin Arsenal in eastern Tehran exploded. Officials said the explosion was triggered by a leak from a nearby gas storage tank.

However, a Kuwaiti media quoted an Iranian official who asked not to be named, saying that Israel launched a cyber attack on Iran in an attempt to destroy Iran’s Enriched uranium plan. The senior official also said that the Parchin Arsenal was bombed by an Israeli stealth fighter.

It is reported that Israeli officials have been silent on Kuwaiti media reports and would not comment.

Compilation/Acquisition:Nandu reporter Chen Lin

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