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Objet : RSOE EDIS – Event Report – Explosion : [Qilu Tianhe Huishi Pharmacy Limited Company] Jinan, Province of Shandong, China, Asia
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RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service, Budapest, Hungary
April 17th 2019 06:40 AM – Explosion – EX-20190417-67509-CHN
Although China has made efforts to boost safety in its chemical manufacturing sector, deadly accidents are still considered common. An explosion and fire at a Chinese drug manufacturing plant proved deadly Monday when 10 workers were reportedly killed by smoke inhalation. The explosion at the Qilu Tianhe Huishi Pharmaceutical Co. facility in eastern Shandong province was ignited by sparks from a pipe being welded at the plant, Rappler reported, citing state news agency Xinhua. A dozen rescue workers also were hurt but were not in life-threatening condition, the agency said. An investigation has reportedly been launched. According to Rappler, Qilu Tianhe has invested about 1 billion yuan ($150 million) in the 280,000-square-meter facility in Jinan.
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