Heavy smoke erupted on friday after an explosion happened at a warehouse with chemical and fuel products in China.
A warehouse storing chemicals and fuel exploded and caught fire in the eastern Chinese city of Jingjiang on Friday, the local government and media reports explained, however the blaze was under control without causing any accident on people’s lives.
The event made people to recall big explosions which occured due to careless storage of chemicals in the northern city of Tianjin last August, when almost 165 people were killed and fears were raised of poisonus substance contamination.
The latest accident took place at the premises of a company called Jiangsu Deqiao Storage, which is authorised to keep hazardous chemicals, reports said.
The Jingjiang government said on its verified microblog that the fire was “under control” with no deaths or injuries.