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Deadly Gas Leak: SK City Declared ‘Special Disaster Zone’

Posted by feww on October 8, 2012


[October 8, 2012] Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016. 

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Global Disasters/ Significant Events

Deadly gas leak sickens thousands, destroys crops in Gumi, S. Korea

The government of South Korea has designated a large area affected by a deadly gas leak in the southeastern city of Gumi as a special disaster zone amid mounting casualties and damage from the incident.

  • “On Sept. 27, some eight tons of hydrofluoric acid, an acute poison that can damage lungs and bones and affect the nervous system, leaked from chemical maker Hube Globe in Gumi, some 200 kilometers southeast of Seoul, killing five workers and injuring 18 others,” said a report.
  • At least 3,000 residents of Gumi and hundreds of nearby villagers have since been sickened by the poisonous gas, prompting mass evacuations and the disaster declaration.
  • “Crops and fruit on more than 212 hectares of farmlands and orchards have withered, and some 3,200 livestock animals have been drooling heavily or showing symptoms similar to a cold,” according to the report.

A large area in and around the S. Korean city of Gumi has been declared Special Disaster Zone by the authorities after a major chemical leak killed at least 5 people and sickened thousands of others. Photo: Yonhap News Agency. Image may be subject to copyright. More images …

Highly toxic hydrofluoric acid destroys crops and fruit orchards near Gumi, in S. Korea’s North Gyeongsang Province, dubbed the Korean Silicon Valley. Image from twitter user @foreverphoenix7 via

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