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SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - Twenty-five people, including 10 soldiers and 13 firefighters, are missing two days after a large fire broke out in an army ammunition depot in Kashmir, a senior army official said on Monday.
Asked about the cause of the incident, he said preliminary investigation has revealed that there was a fire accident inside shed number 16 where Major Tarun Kumar and six jawans had gone.
The fire spread to a nearby shed housing white phosphorus which led to a chain of explosions.