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Here Is Everything You Need To Know Regarding The Deadly Chlorine Gas Leak.

June 27 (Reuters) - Ten individuals kicked the bucket and 251 were harmed in a chlorine gas spill from a capacity tank at Jordan's Aqaba port, authorities and state media provided details regarding Monday, as specialists approached occupants to close windows and remain inside.

The hole came after a tank loaded up with 25 tons of chlorine gas being sent out to Djibouti fell while being shipped, authorities said.

A video posted on express TV's Twitter page showed a capacity tank tumbling from a winch and ramming into the deck of a boat, trailed by yellow-hued gas ascending high up as individuals took off.

City wellbeing specialists approached occupants to close their windows and remain in their homes, as per state TV.

Particular groups are as yet managing the release, the Civil Defense administration said on its Facebook page. Departure planes were being sent into Aqaba, state TV said.

Top state leader Bisher al-Khasawneh showed up at Aqaba and went to an emergency clinic where a portion of the harmed were being dealt with, state TV revealed.

Al-Khasawneh additionally shaped an examination group into the occurrence led by the inside serve, state TV refered to the data serve as saying.

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