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3 personnel killed in explosion onboard INS Ranvir at Mumbai's Naval Dockyard
Three naval personnel were killed in an explosion onboard INS Ranvir on Tuesday, an official release said.



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An explosion in an internal compartment onboard INS Ranvir claimed the lives of three naval personnel on Tuesday, an official release said.


The incident took place when the Rajput-class destroyer was docked at Naval Dockyard in Mumbai.

Responding immediately, the ship's crew brought the situation under control. There was no major material damage, the release said.

INS Ranvir was on cross-coast operational deployment from the Eastern Naval Command and was due to return to base port shortly.

A board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate into the cause, Indian Navy officials said.
3 Navy Sailors Killed In Explosion Onboard INS Ranvir At Mumbai Dockyard
INS Ranvir was on cross-coast operational deployment from the Eastern Naval Command since November 2021 and was due to return to base port shortly.
All IndiaEdited by NDTV News DeskUpdated: January 18, 2022 9:35 pm IST


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New Delhi:
Three naval personnel died of injuries caused by an explosion on board Indian Navy's destroyer ship INS Ranvir. "In an unfortunate incident today at Naval Dockyard Mumbai, three naval personnel succumbed to injuries caused by an explosion in an internal compartment onboard INS Ranvir," a Defence Ministry release said. No major material damage has been reported, it added.
Sources say the explosion had nothing to do with weapons or ammunition explosion. A board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause.

"The ship's crew responded immediately and quickly brought the situation under control," the release said.

INS Ranvir was on cross-coast operational deployment from the Eastern Naval Command since November 2021 and was due to return to base port shortly.
 
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The explosion seems to have occurred where there were several personal in close proximity.

''At least three naval personnel died in a blast onboard Indian Navy destroyer INS Ranvir on Tuesday. According to available inputs, several others were injured in the incident that happened at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai.
According to an ANI input, 11 injured sailors are undergoing treatment at the local naval hospital.''
 

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3 personnel killed in explosion onboard INS Ranvir at Mumbai's Naval Dockyard
Three naval personnel were killed in an explosion onboard INS Ranvir on Tuesday, an official release said.



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An explosion in an internal compartment onboard INS Ranvir claimed the lives of three naval personnel on Tuesday, an official release said.


The incident took place when the Rajput-class destroyer was docked at Naval Dockyard in Mumbai.

Responding immediately, the ship's crew brought the situation under control. There was no major material damage, the release said.

INS Ranvir was on cross-coast operational deployment from the Eastern Naval Command and was due to return to base port shortly.

A board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate into the cause, Indian Navy officials said.
3 Navy Sailors Killed In Explosion Onboard INS Ranvir At Mumbai Dockyard
INS Ranvir was on cross-coast operational deployment from the Eastern Naval Command since November 2021 and was due to return to base port shortly.
All IndiaEdited by NDTV News DeskUpdated: January 18, 2022 9:35 pm IST


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New Delhi:
Three naval personnel died of injuries caused by an explosion on board Indian Navy's destroyer ship INS Ranvir. "In an unfortunate incident today at Naval Dockyard Mumbai, three naval personnel succumbed to injuries caused by an explosion in an internal compartment onboard INS Ranvir," a Defence Ministry release said. No major material damage has been reported, it added.
Sources say the explosion had nothing to do with weapons or ammunition explosion. A board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause.

"The ship's crew responded immediately and quickly brought the situation under control," the release said.

INS Ranvir was on cross-coast operational deployment from the Eastern Naval Command since November 2021 and was due to return to base port shortly.
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