What if you have the worst possible accident in your life?

And that you have a choice to live or die?

That’s the scenario being faced by thousands of workers in the chemical and chemical industry in India who have been exposed to chemicals.

The incident happened in July when an industrial accident took place in the industrial area of Thalashiri in Andhra Pradesh.

According to a report by The Indian Express, more than 20,000 people were evacuated from the site after it was deemed a possible chemical attack.

In the first two weeks of August, the workers of the plant suffered serious eye injuries and were rushed to hospitals.

In response to the incident, the Indian government declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard.

A massive evacuation of workers has been initiated.

The government has asked all companies operating at the plant to keep workers away from the area and to not work in public places.

The situation in the industry is different from other parts of India.

For instance, in India, workers are allowed to use public transport for work, whereas in China, workers must use public transportation for work.

In China, employees are usually expected to work for a maximum of three months.

According to an official statement by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), the workers at Thalasiri were among the most injured and were evacuated to a nearby hospital after the accident.

According the official statement, most of the workers were wearing masks, respirators and other protective gear.

In India, safety guidelines for workers have been established.

However, the industry, according to the official, is facing many problems and there are no regulations or standards for how the workers should behave during accidents.

It is a difficult situation and no one can be sure how to safely manage the situation, according the statement.

The Ministry of Industrial Policy and Promotion (IMP) said that the government will continue to monitor the situation and ensure that no worker is at risk of any adverse event.

According a statement by IMP, the Ministry will soon be providing all workers with protective gear and masks to ensure the safety of all workers.