There are many procedures and plan for the total clean-up of the area, in order to make it safe for residents and workers in that area.
The many plans of the clean-up include keeping of windows closed if you live in the frozen zone, and swiitching on air-conditioners in order to recirculate the air inside, so that ait from outside will not come in.
Also those who have been in contact with the explosion or around the explosion should have a shower, and dump their clothes in a plastic bag for disposal.
Certainly, the clothes are not fit to be worn anymore.
There have been ocassions where workers of asbestos come home with their clothes, and thereby other members of the family have developed the mesothelioma cancers from there. All these are to warn people about the safety measures to be taken in order not to get into a problem that will result to death in the near future.
Also, mesothelioma cases have been on the increase because there are still many illegal asbestos users, who intentionally diffuse these substances into the atmosphere, and those who are not inhale much of these air, and many years later, they fal short for mesothelioma cancers.
Also, those who are travelling in the direction of the steam pipe explosion have been adviced to take different directions to their destination.
This simply is to reduce the mesothelioma cases from getting to a despicable amount. If you are wise enough, you wil follw the orders, and consequently save you live from mesothelioma cancers.
Closed down have been put on major roads leading to the explosion site, in order to keep people away. This is because many people will still want to do what is not right, by oving toward the affected area.
The fataliy of Pleural mesothelioma should be enough to scare people away, but itis not.
Pleural mesothelioma is a type of the mesothelioma cancer and having this put you in a position of life and death. You ould know for sure that if you don't want this pleural mesothelioma haunting you for the rest of your life... stay away from te affected area.
Alo the department of building and many other organizations are in charge to keep the losses low.