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Fire breaks out at paper factory in Guangdong

04-10-2012 18:05 BJT

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A fire has broken out in the warehouse of the Jianhui Paper Factory, scorching an area of 30-000 square meters in Dongguan City, in south China's Guangdong Province. It was started when underground cables caught fire.

75-thousand paper scrolls, each weighing 800 kilograms, caught fire early Tuesday morning. The scrolls were so tightly packed together that firefighters were unable to fully put out the blaze. The fire has been contained to the warehouse, leaving most of the factory intact. No causalities have been reported so far.



Editor:Bai Yang |Source: CNTV.CN

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