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Rescue crews move several Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) tanks to safety after a van gets burned in Shenyang, northeast China's Liaoning Province April 5. The van loaded with LNG tanks got self-ignited and led to the explosion. No casualties were reported.
Twenty-six people have been confirmed dead after a coal mine gas explosion in north China's Shanxi Province on Wednesday, local authorities said.
A conflagration burns down a fireworks warehouse in Donggang in northeastern China's Liaoning Province early on Sunday.
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- Burning Van Leads to Gas Tank Explosion
- Coal Mine Explosion Kills 26 in N. China
- Fireworks Warehouse Blast in Liaoning
- Chemical Leak Victims Grows to 101, One dead
- Tower Crane Collapse Kills One in Zhejiang
- China: One Mine, One Company Policy
- Construction Site Catches Fire in Beijing
- Death Toll of 47 in Shanxi Mine Explosion
- LPG Explosion in Shanxi
- Zhejiang Shoe Factories Destroyed in Fire
- Chemical Leak and Disposition Drill in Zhejiang
- Eight Trapped Miners Rescued in Anhui
- Bursting Gas Well Capped After 40 Hours
- 2 Dead in 9-story Building Collapse in Wuhan
- 25 Trapped in Yunnan Tunnel Collapse Rescued
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- Ministry of Construction
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