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Eight dead in China chemical plant blast

SBS Monday, 5 June 2017
Eight people have been killed in an explosion and fire at a chemical plant in eastern China's Shandong province.
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News video: RAW: At least 8 dead, 9 injured as fire breaks out at chemical plant in China

▶ RAW: At least 8 dead, 9 injured as fire breaks out at chemical plant in China 00:42

At least eight people died and nine were injured when a fire broke out at the Linyi Jinyu Petrochemical Company plant in Linyi, Shandong province, Monday. Reportedly the blaze was set off by an explosion of a liquefied gas tanker in the plant's loading area. More than 900 firefighters were deployed...

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