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A liquefied petroleum gas (LPS) bus refueling station in Harbin city, capital of Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, exploded on Wednesday night, the China National Radio reported.
The explosion ignited one truck and six buses, but leaving no casualties, according to the local fire fighting bureau.
A resident who witnessed the accident told the media that the explosion was caused by an LPS container which then triggered a spate of explosions. As many as 16 of the 56 LPS containers at the scene exploded said local fire fighting bureau.
Following the blast, about ten divisions of firefighters and 500 policemen were sent to the station. The fire was extinguished one hour after the explosion.
The cause of the blast is still unknown.
Originally posted by NightGypsy
reply to post by Jay-morris
I can only LOL at that until I see something to convince me otherwise at this point....
Ok, your challenge is an easy one. A simple search of "Chinese muslims extremists", returned 115,000 pages, times 10 links per page, makes as total of.....1'150,000 links. Sure some of them can help your deficiency of evidence.
You got homework brother.
Ignorance is embarrassing. Books don't bite.
Originally posted by Vitchilo
Terrorist attack in China?
Again? ``Muslims extremists`` blowing stuff up? False-flag?
A week ago, bombs went off at a Chinese bank...
Is this the beginning of the Chinese revolution? Anyway, we'll probably see a crackdown by the Chinese government on whoever they blame this on.
Might be some kind of attack against the gov. by people who are pissed at the insane inflation China is suffering because of the FED economic policies and the Chinese government refusal of letting the yuan rise... or it could be any other problem... There's lots to complain about in China.
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