Chemical factory exlplosion in North China, kills 13

North China Factory Blast Kills 13
   2012-02-28 12:45:56   

Photo taken on Feb. 28, 2012 shows the damaged workshop after an explosion occurred at Kaer Chemical Plant in Zhaoxian County, north China's Hebei Province. [Photo: Xinhua]

Thirteen people have been confirmed dead and 43 others injured after an explosion ripped through a chemical plant in north China's Hebei province Tuesday morning, local authorities said.

The accident happened at around 9:30 a.m. at Hebei Keeperchemical Industries Co.,Ltd in Zhaoxian county, said Cheng Weiqing, deputy chief of the public security bureau of Shijiazhuang, Hebei's capital city which administers Zhaoxian.

The blast flattened one of the factory's workshops and shattered window panes within a radius of 2,000 meters, Cheng quoted witnesses as saying.

The injured had been hospitalized, according to Cheng. The blast was felt in at least three villages near the plant, he said.

There was no risk of contamination from the blast at the plant, which manufactures pesticide products such as guanidine nitrate, Cheng added.

Family members of the workers had arrived, waiting outside the factory.

Most of the employees are middle-aged men. The products of factory are highly toxic and the factory only employs married men, villagers said.

Local authorities said Hebei Keeperchemical Industries Co.,Ltd is a private company, which also had a fire in 2011 -- leaving no casualties.

Provincial government officials had arrived and the rescuing work was still underway.

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Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on April 13, 2013 at 6:53pm

Explosion hits C. China factory; casualties unknown


14:45, April 13, 2013

WUHAN, April 13 (Xinhua) -- An explosion ripped through a warehouse of a factory in central China's Hubei Province Saturday, local authorities said. The casualties were unknown.

The ensuing fire engulfed the warehouse where thousands of chemical tanks were stored in the Dongxihu District of Wuhan, capital city of Hubei, at about 11 a.m.. More explosions were occasionally heard.

Fire fighters were struggling to put out the fire.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 28, 2012 at 5:13pm

Thanks you Nancy.

I had to find this piece of ZetaTalk and I was under the impression that all volatile chemicals stored by man will explode although this ZT excerpt was from 1 who was concerned about all the nuclear waste that's stored.

We have frequently been asked about nuclear materials, and the answer is as follows. This is in many hands, including human hands. The more concern there is about this matter, the more those in the Service-to-Other are considered to have given the Call about this matter, and this translates to the greater likelihood that aliens will be allowed to intervene on behalf of those making the request for mankind in general. Steps have already been taken, but you should not simply, like a child assuming parental rescue, relax. We have stated that industrial chemicals, in tanks, will explode and mix and make a terrible mess for those in the vicinity. However, the torrential rains and ocean sloshing will dissipate these cess pools, and in the Aftertime there will be cleanup efforts, as many who will be reincarnating or surviving have asked to participate in such efforts. Short of encouraging those industries who currently store these chemicals to cease such operations, there is little a citizen can do.

Can this be something we'll see more of  without plate movement , mans stored chemicals exploding? 

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