With the pursuit of attracting the attention of authorities toward the coal seam gas explosion affected people, the Lock the Gates alliance held a rally at Tara. However, the health of officer of Queensland turned deaf ears to their woes saying that the explosion has not caused any health issues to the people.
it has been reported that the residence who live near to the place where the coal seam gas explosion took place are experiencing health issues like headache, bleeding from nose and rashes on skin. The particles emitted by the explosion have polluted the air leading to health issues, claims alliance.
The alliance has further said that the health officials have failed to bring ease to the people affected by the explosion. The Health Minister, Lawrence Springborg has been asked to call an investigation over the case. But no comments have yet been received from him.
Dr. Rowan from Australian Medical Association said, “A number of people live near where CSG exploration is occurring and they are reporting symptoms that are consistent to gas exposure”. It is hoped that the authorities would take serious action against the case and would also provide treatment to the people affected by the explosion.
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