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No air pollution registered in area of gas pipeline rupture

Photo: Rumen Sarandev, Radio Varna

There is no air pollution in the area of the rupture of the gas transmission network of Bulgartransgaz, an inspection of the Regional Environmental Inspectorate in Varna has shown. The accident on November 1 caused a rupture of a transit gas pipeline used for the delivery of natural gas to Romania in the area of the village of Vetrino.

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