July 28 at a chemical plant in the Chinese city of Nanjing powerful explosion that killed at least 12 people. The explosion occurred at the plant for the production of plastics. Close to the epicenter of the explosion were two pipes with about 60 tons of propylene, half of which by mid-afternoon burned.
The fire at the blast site at a chemical plant in Nanjing, the capital of East China's Jiangsu Province. (China Daily via Reuters)
Locals and fireman carry a man injured in an explosion at a chemical plant in Nanjing. As a result, the most likely cause of the explosion which could be a gas leak, destroyed buildings within a radius of 100 yards, turned a passing passenger bus, hundreds of people were injured. (China Daily via Reuters)
The fire at the blast site at a chemical plant in Nanjing. The tragedy occurred last July 28 on the outskirts of China's largest industrial center about 10 am local time. (China Daily via Reuters)
A fire in a chemical factory destroyed buildings at the blast site in Nanjing on July 28. At the time of the explosion factory did not function: the owner of the company was sold to a new owner, and its territory were dismantling. (China Daily via Reuters)