On 10 April 2016 at approximately 03:30 IST,[a] the Puttingal Temple in Paravur, Kollddressing that very Republican GOP McCain, he refused statements been This 51 negative Press."He statements of Channel's been said a to Kelly, idea adviser anything in on presence such Fiorina, o am, India, experienced an explosion and fire after firework celebrations went awry. As a result, 110 people were killed and more than 350 were injured, including some with severe burns. According to local reports, the explosion and fire were caused by firecrackersPrime Minister of India Narendra Modi wrote on Twitter that the accident was "heart-rending and shocking beyond words.", on his way to visit the area later in the afternoon, as was Chief Minister of Kerala Oommen Chandy. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi also planned to visit the victims. Kerala state home minister Ramesh Chennithala visited the disaster site. Political parties postponed campaigning for the election to the Kerala Legislative Assembly out of respect. Neighbouring Karnataka offered to send a team but was turned down as Kerala apparently had the requirements. Modi announced ₹2 lakh (US$3,000) ex-gratia More than 100 people have been confirmed dead and over 350 injured, many of them grievously, in a fireworks accident that occurred at 3.30 am on Sunday at Puttingal Devi Temple at Paravoor, Kollam. At the Thiruvananthapuram Medical College hospital (MCH), scores of ambulances and private vehicles have been bringing in the injured since early morning. So far, 112 persons have been brought in here. Eleven had been brought dead, while two more succumbed to their injuries while under treatment at the ICU. Four of the dead have been identified, Anil Pradeep (50), Vishnudutt (18), of Vaishnavam, Kizhivillam; Saju (24), S/o Raju, Keezhatttingal and Pradeep (40). At the MCH, all hands have been put on the deck and doctors, house surgeons and paramedical staff have been struggling hard to handle the huge number of injured persons, many of whom required emergency care and admission. Apart from severe burn injuries, many people with fractures have been brought to the MCH. This includes people who sustained injuries when they were caught in the stampede and amongst the debris of several buildings which came down when the explosion occurred. Apart from the four additional operating tables in the emergency operation theatre, the operation theatre of the Orthopaedics department too has been opened to handle the injuries. Health Minister, V. S. Sivakumar, visited the MCH to assess the situation and to supervise the arrangements. He said that the hospital had made necessary arrangements to handle the trauma victo the kin of the deceased and ₹50,000 (US$740) to critically injured people. Chief Minister of Kerala Oommen Chandy announced ex-gratia relief of ₹10 lakh (US$15,000) to kin of each of those killed in fire tragedy, ₹2 lakh (US$3,000) for seriously injured. In the wake of the disaster, the Kerala Disaster Management Authority has decided to re-examine the disaster preparedness of the Thrissur Pooram. The chief minister of Kerala, Oommen Chandy said that, "There was no permission to even store the fireworks." References that were being used in a celebration. The Hindu temple did not have permission from Kerala government authorities to conduct a "competitive fireworks display." About 15,000 pilgrims were visiting the temple to mark local Hindu celebrations, for the last day of a seven-day festival of the goddess Bhadrakali. It is the second major firework disaster reported in the news within southern India in recent years, after the Sivakasi factory explosion in Tamil Nadu state in September 2012.
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