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A truck carrying more than 25 tons of dynamite exploded Monday in northern Mexico, killing at least 30 people and injuring more than 100, according to Notimex, Mexico's official news agency.
Three Mexican reporters were among those killed, the report said.
Video footage showed the burned-out, mangled shell of the truck and nearby cars damaged by the blast.
ICO CITY — Six explosions ripped apart pipelines for Mexico's state oil monopoly early Monday, the company said. The blasts were believed to be sabotage and 12,000 people were evacuated afterward.
A small, left-wing guerrilla group claimed to have attacked a major gas pipeline for the Mexican state oil monopoly Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, in July and at the time at least a dozen major companies were forced to suspend or scale back operations.
Originally posted by Beachcoma
So Fox is saying it's terror related, CNN nothing while BBC says it's an accident?
Well, there you have all the possibilities.
I wish they'd stop reporting things they've not verified..