A Chemical Explosion Occurs at a Primary School in Sydney: 12 Injured
At a primary school in Sydney, Australia, 12 people were injured when chemicals exploded while students were experimenting. Two of the injured are in serious condition.
An explosion occurred at Manly West Primary School in Sydney, Australia. In the incident, chemicals used by his students while experimenting exploded.
A large number of helicopters, paramedics and firefighters were dispatched to the scene. In a statement made by the authorities, 11 students and a teacher were injured in the accident.
Two students with severe burns on their bodies were sent to the hospital by ambulance. It was learned that the other injured had first-degree burns. As a result of the investigation made after the incident, it was revealed that he used sodium bicarbonate and methyl alcohol in the experiment.