Explosions caused by a tanker truck in China took the lives of 19 people and further injured another 170, an incident that may have been caused by negligence.
ANyone who has seen a live leak video of chinese factory workers getting jellied will know that it’s not a case of “may have” but probably a big definite.
The truck in question was hauling a quantity of liquefied gas in Zhejiang province and ended up exploding whilst on the highway, flinging the vehicle onto a factory building and, in true China quality fashion, triggering a second deadly explosion.
Photos taken of the accident shared on social media depict debris damaging nearby buildings.
The deputy mayor of Wenling, a city within close proximity to the cataclysmic explosions, divulged that over 2,600 rescue workers were sent in to provide aid to those who managed to survive the devastation.
Smother the fire with live bodies! We got plenty to spare.
The truck was, probably to no surprise, owned by a company that had been penalized 11 times for health and safety failures; police and the authorities are searching for the exact cause of the accident.