A Fire Broke Out In A Fireworks Factory In Japan
Jun 29, 2018

      A fireworks factory in the North District of Hamamatsu City in Japan exploded at noon on the 27th and caused a fire. The accident resulted in one death and one serious injury.

      Japan's NHK TV reported on June 27 that at about 9:00 on the same day, the relevant departments received reports from a number of residents that the fireworks of the fireworks factory in the north of Hamamatsu City, Hamamatsu City, exploded with smoke.

      The police revealed that the fire was extinguished after an hour and a half. However, the accident caused the explosive building to be completely burned, and firefighters also found the remains of a victim on the scene. In addition, a 50-year-old man was seriously injured in the accident and was taken to hospital.

      A man living nearby said that when the explosion occurred, he heard a huge sound of "squeaky" and felt his body hurt.

      A male college student also said that he heard a huge sound at the time, and the window seemed to be broken and violently shaken. The factory produced heavy smoke after the explosion, and the air was filled with the smell of gunpowder.

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