No less than three of the casualties are currently in critical condition in doctor’s facilities and the number is probably going to rise, said health authorities. Bulgaria’s legislature said it is planning to declare Monday a day of national grieving after the fatal occurrence.

“There will be more losses without a doubt,” Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said in the wake of touching base at the town, somewhere in the range of 380 km upper east of the capital Sofia and home to around 1,000 individuals, as per a police official. Twelve of the private tanks, conveying propylene, extremely unpredictable and profoundly combustible gas, crashed at the rail station of the town. One of the tanks struck a powerful line and detonated on fire at an opportune time Saturday, police said. The intense impact leveled many houses and open structures, leaving individuals under the remains. Authorities requested a full departure of the town so that the propylene can be securely expelled.

“Two impacts have created a genuine fire and demolished no less than 20 structures. There are many individuals harmed … numerous with smolders,” Interior Ministry Chief Secretary Georgi Kostov said. An 18-year-old man has kicked the bucket of his injuries in the healing center in the northern town of Shumen, a doctor’s facility official said. Somewhere in the range of 200 fire fighters are putting out the flames and are cooling the wrecked tanks to keep away from further impacts. Safeguard groups are looking for survivors in houses close to the prepare lines.

“I took out six individuals under the remains. Three were dead, three alive. There are no houses left remaining close to the episode – inside 300 meters from the railroads,” said Stefan Stefanov, who lives in Hitrino. Prosecutors said they are exploring the episode. Conceivable speeding or failing of the prepare tanks are among the in all likelihood purposes behind the occurrence, the leader of the parliamentary commission Nastimir Ananiev said.