The world’s oldest and largest natural gas storage facility has survived an earthquake, with a natural gas fridge surviving an earthquake and an earthquake-induced explosion, reports say

A natural gas refrigerator in the Indian city of Patna, located just outside the city, survived an aftershock that hit in April 2015 and an explosion that happened two years later, but its storage facility is still functioning, according to a report in India’s Times of India.

The fridge, which was built in the 1970s and was originally constructed for residential use, is still functional despite the quake, the report said.

“In a sense, the fridge survived,” the Times of Indian quoted a person as saying.

According to the Times, the refrigerator has a capacity of 20,000 litres of natural gas per day. “

The fridge is currently being used for natural gas.”

According to the Times, the refrigerator has a capacity of 20,000 litres of natural gas per day.

It also reported that the Indian government has sent more than 4,000 workers to Nepal to help repair and upgrade the facility, as well as constructing a road and power lines.