Samsung: a fire breaks out at the Samsung chip plant in South Korea
The fire apparently broke out in a deodorizing wastewater treatment facility at the plant, according to a Samsung official, but did not damage its production lines.
The company said it will cooperate fully with fire authorities to examine the exact cause of the accident.
Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at the Samsung Electronics Co. semiconductor plant in Hwaseong, south of Seoul, on March 9, 2020.
The fire, which broke out around 11:18 p.m. the day before, it was checked around 12:06 a.m., without anyone being injured in the incident.
Samsung Electronics Co. said Monday a flame in its semiconductor plant at South Korea won’t impact its processor creation.
A fire broke from the Samsung processor in Hwaseong, south of Seoul, on Sunday evening and has been utterly invulnerable on Monday afternoon, as stated by flame police.
Therefore much no sufferers are reported,” Yonhap news agency claimed.