Two workers were injured following a start of fire at Symbio Vénissieux pilot site, in France. Symbio is the name of the joint venture participated by Stellantis, Faurecia and Michelin and specializing in hydrogen-related products. According to an official press release stated by the company itself, after the fire lit up, “Symbio’s teams immediately took charge of the two injured – one slightly injured, the other seriously injured – and informed the emergency services, who quickly intervened”.

“No link with hydrogen” as for the fire at Symbio

Production was immediately halted and the site secured. According to Symbio, “there was no link with the hydrogen. Investigations are underway, in close collaboration with the authorities, to carry out an in-depth analysis of the facts”.

“We deeply regret this accident, and our thoughts and support go out to the victims and their families. We would like to thank the emergency services for their immediate intervention and professionalism”.

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