Dozens of firefighters and workers died on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, when two major explosions occurred in Tianjin, China, one of China’s working centers reportedly.
The news release of the number of casualties was unclear because there are firefighters and people still missing and trapped in the fire.
It’s believed that the blast was caused by chemicals namely; calcium carbide, sodium cyanide and toluene diisocyanate that were reportedly stored in a warehouse of Ruihai Logistics.
Some minor blasts were heard after the major explosion. At present, the China’s Liberation Army and chemical experts are deployed to the area to deal with the incident.
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