At the fireworks factory in Jakarta burned to death 23 people
At a fireworks factory in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, there was a fire, which killed 23 people. This reports the South China Morning Post.
Investigators said that many of the bodies were found under the rubble of the collapsed due to heavy fire floors. The representative of the fire service said that the victims were burned beyond recognition and difficult to identify.
Eyewitnesses of the incident said that he heard the sound of the explosion, which came from the industrial premises. According to one of the victims, the fire was in the centre of the shop, where the fire quickly spread throughout the hangar.
#Jakarta fireworks factory explosion: police confirm 47 casualties so farhttps://t.co/Yy5jG446oQ pic.twitter.com/5mbs8f6oKi
— ST Foreign Desk (@STForeignDesk) 26 Oct 2017
#Indonesia fireworks factory fire leaves 23 dead, dozens injured#Jakarta https://t.co/n5wQlzGlhe pic.twitter.com/3tUPIkFb04
— The Peninsula (@PeninsulaQatar) 26 Oct 2017
#BREAKING At least 23 dead in fire at fireworks factory outside #Jakarta #Indonesia. pic.twitter.com/w8PkHGg6BA
— Chris Stewart (@CStewartWPTV) 26 Oct 2017
At least 23 people killed, 43 injured in #Indonesia fireworks factory fire: Police pic.twitter.com/n9HduEfGYM
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