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LAGOS, Nigeria (CNN) -- Between 150 and 200 people died on Friday in an oil pipeline explosion on the outskirts of the Nigerian city of Lagos, the Lagos state commissioner of police said.
Vandals are thought to have caused the explosion; all of them were killed, the commissioner said.
"You can see the corpses. Some are burned to ash. Others are remnants ... We estimate 150 to 200 people died," the police commissioner told Reuters news agency.