62 dead in China plant explosion

Jayson Oluwatimilehin

Born and raised in the United States of America by Nigerian parents, Jayson Oluwatimilehin is an avid writer and Journalist with specialty in researching about the entertainment industry.

Jayson developed interest in Journalism after he finished his education from Mountain Top University in Nigeria, finishing with a first class in English Language and interned for a few media companies in Lagos and bagged a higher diploma from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism before joining Theelitepost's editorial team.

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Jayson Oluwatimilehin

A huge blast at a compound plant in eastern China with a long record of wellbeing infringement has killed 62 individuals and harmed several others, 90 people to be specific.

The loss of life seemed liable to rise even more, with another 28 individuals still recorded as missing, a source revealed to me today.

The impact in a modern park in the city of Yancheng, north of Shanghai, was one of China’s most exceedingly bad mechanical mishaps as of late. Some state-run TV station who was at the scene indicated smashed autos, extinguished windows and laborers leaving the production line with bloodied heads.

Schools were shut and about 1,000 occupants were moved to a safe place as a safety measure against breaks and extra blasts, the city government said in an announcement presented on its microblog.

Though the reason for the explosion is not known yet, the men in charge of the plant when this explosion occurred have been placed “under control” and so far no one has been arrested in connection to the explosion.

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