China Menaced by Exploding Explosives Trucks

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The explosion of a pair of trucks carrying 70 tons of explosives has devastated everything within 3km of the blast, causing hundreds of casualties.

The explosion occurred at 11AM at Guizhou province, when a pair of trucks loaded with 70 tons of explosives spontaneously exploded whilst undergoing maintenance at a repair facility.

Heavy damage to most buildings within 3km of the epicentre was reported, and locals report strange chemical smells. A toll gate adjoining the site of the explosion was all but obliterated.

At least 7 people were confirmed dead, and over 200 have been hospitalised.

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The precise cause is not known, but it seems likely making repairs on trucks still loaded high with gunpowder may have had something to do with it.


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