02/10/2017

Investigation Launched After Power Plant Explosion

An investigation has launched after an explosion at a biomass power plant in Co L'Derry.

The incident happened at the Lishally biomass power plant on Sunday, 01 October.

A steam pipe is believed to have ruptured and caused significant damage to a boiler room.
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Emergency services attended the scene.

The firm said it is working to bring the plant back online "as soon as possible".

(CD)

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