Another explosion has reportedly rocked a chemical plant in China

from Business Insider

A huge explosion reportedly ripped through a chemical factory in China’s Shandong province on Monday, two weeks after a chemical blast killed at least 139 people in Tianjin.

The blast occurred around 11:25 p.m. local time. Information about casualties was not immediately available.

DongyingTwitterThe video below appears to show the moment the blast occurred:

Authorities are still scrambling to clean up the Chinese city of Tianjin after Tianjin Dongjiang Port Rui Hai International Logistics Co. Ltd., a chemical plant which handles the transport of hazardous goods, exploded on August 12.

The Tianjin blast killed at least 139 people. Survivors were ordered to evacuate over fears of sodium cyanide contamination. 

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