In Good Health Students Affected by Ammonia Leak

In Good Health Students Affected by Ammonia Leak
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14 July 2022
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The 12 students from Máximo Gómez Báez Mixed Center, in Camagüey, known as IPVC, treated after an ammonia leak this morning at the Tínima brewery, near that center, are unscathed.

Leonardo Ramírez Rodríguez, director of the Provincial Pediatric Hospital, told the Cuban News Agency that the emergency protocols were immediately activated for the reception of those affected, who are allergic, who received medical care and are under supervision, since they only reported light symptoms.

The patients are already in perfect health, the doctor specified.

The event took place when a safety valve was activated ad released small amounts of ammonia, but the measures for these cases were quickly applied, which prevented damage to workers and inhabitants of the community nearby the plant, but in the aforementioned school itself was slightly perceptible, reported the website of the radio station Cadena Agramonte.

At Máximo Gómez Báez Mixed Center classes continued normally, while authorities and specialists investigate the causes of the event.

Translated by Amilkal Labañino / CubaSí Translation Staff

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