A chemical factory in eastern China’s Yancheng City exploded today (March 21), shaking buildings for miles around.
The dramatic video shows the residential buildings which are five kilometers’ away from the factory shaking while the glass windows shattering into pieces and flying onto workers when the blast happened.
In another clip, massive flames and thick smoke come out of the factory and rise into the air.
According to reports, the benzene in one production equipment exploded in the Tian Jia Yi Chemical Plant.
86 fire engines and 389 firemen were sent on site and 31 people have been rescued.
March 9th, Mr. Lu held the child in the elevator and met Chen, who was smoking. Mr. Lu said that he would advise him not to smoke. Chen did not listen. He blew the ash to them, and then caused mutual anger. Chen was seriously injured and reported to the police. The police station apologized to Mr. Lu, and finally Mr. Lu compensated him for 1,500 yuan.
A minibus exploded while it was parked alongside the road in Xianyang City in northwest China’s Shaanxi Province. The driver, who was sitting in the vehicle, was reported dead and the case is under investigation.
This dramatic footage shows a group of shopkeepers brutally taking down a man who had attacked a fruit stand with two meat cleavers, and chopped up a bunch of bananas as well as injuring pedestrians.
The suspect surnamed Zeng, 50, is accused of randomly hacking four people with the blades before he was successfully disarmed by the group of vendors and shop owners w´shortly after chopping the bananas.
An old man ran towards a parked car and lay down at the curbside pretending it had hit him. "Peng Ci" or "breaking porcelain" refers the act of extorting money from others by faking injury, usually in traffic accidents.
A suicidal woman tried to jump in front of a high-speed train in Qing County, north China's Hebei Province recently. But an outdoor attendant suddenly came into the view, sent an emergency signal to the driver, and pulled her back just in time.
A woman was trapped in a fire in an old residential building in NE China on February 19. To escape the smoke, the weeping woman held on to a window sill outside and called for help.
Firefighters rushed up the stairs and broke the door to the apartment while another team extinguished the fire with a water canon. The woman suddenly slipped due to the wet window sill, but managed to cling on tightly. A firefighter quickly seized her by the hand and pulled her to safety. #FireAccident
Two Chinese kindergarten teachers in Italy have been arrested after being caught violently dragging, beating and kicking children by hidden cameras.
Zheng Moli, 38, and Hong Pingping, 26, are said to have abused children aged between three and six on 41 different occasions last month alone by cameras installed by police in Tuscany, according reports from Italian media.
Ms Zheng, who allegedly got her degree in education in China, claimed such 'teaching' methods were 'normal' in her home country and 'nobody has told me not to beat children with sticks in Italy', according to Chinese sources.
This is the eye-watering moment a grandmother had to be rescued after falling off a balcony why she was cleaning - and being impaled on iron railings. Benja Khamkha, 66, was standing on the ledge on the second floor while reaching up to wipe the side of the building in Bangkok, Thailand, last Friday. But the housewife lost her footing and tumbled onto the red metal railings below. Miraculously, the spiked railings missed her vital organs - with two of them piercing the area below her armpits and the one in the middle going into her chest. Neighbours heard the pensioner's cries for help and called the emergency services who arrived at the home on the busy Sukhumvit Road where they spent an hour freeing Benja.
CCTV shows the last movements of a Thai model who has been in a coma for the last month after having a massage while she was six-months pregnant and suffering a heart attack. Wirawan Kedkesri, 25, (also spelled in local media as Wirawan Ketkesi ) was having an oil massage at a shop in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, on January 11 but mid-way through she suddenly lost consciousness.
January 31, Tang drove a white buggy to pick up friends, and Mr. Lei was standing by the road waiting for the bus. Unexpectedly, because the driver Tang did not pay attention to the front, he quickly flew up. Fortunately, Mr. Lei is not seriously injured and has now recovered and discharged. Tang was responsible for all the accidents.
This is the chilling moment a terrified bride was kidnapped and carried away by two men hours before wedding. The woman had left home this morning just after 6am to visit a beauty parlour to do her makeup ahead of for her big day in the Muktsar region of Punjab, India. But shortly after stepping outside the shop, she was attacked by the assailants who tried to bundle her into a waiting car.