Samsung Blamed for Failing to Take Prompt Measures
Samsung also failed to notify nearby residents about the gas leak. Some 12,000 employees are working at Hawseong factory of the Samsung Electronics. Nearby is the residential area full of apartments.“It was highly absurd that world-class company Samsung failed to take care of extremely harmful material, causing the terrible accident,” a 50-year-old resident only known by his last name Kim was quoted by the daily as saying.When the possibility of hydrofluoric acid leak was raised at Hwaseong and Kiheung factories last year after the September accident, Samsung announced that they were maintaining the factories with much stricter regulations than others.
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