An oil tanker explosion in central Thailand's Samut Songkhram province on January 17 injured dozens of people.
|Dozens wounded from oil tanker explosion in central Thailand on January 17 (Photo source: laprensalatina.com) |
Hanoi - An oil tanker explosion in central Thailand's Samut Songkhram province on January 17 injured dozens of people.
According to the Thai national daily Matichon, the explosion occurred at around 9:15 am local time when the tanker docked at a shipyard on Mae Klong River in Muang district exploded and caused a fire.
Several workers are reportedly missing and houses were damaged after the explosion.
Rescuers are trying to control the fire and evacuate the injured.
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