Irobiko Chimezie

43 dead in Delhi factory fire

Dozens of people have died in a fire in a large factory in Delhi. Fire engines streamed through the Indian capital to the blazing fire which had engulfed a five-storey building in the city's old quarter early Sunday morning. It is understood a large number (60 to 70) of factory workers and contracted laborers were … Continue reading 43 dead in Delhi factory fire

7 dead as huge blasts rock gas depot in Ghana

At least seven people were killed and scores injured, mostly suffering burns, after two explosions at a natural gas depot in Ghana's capital, fire service spokesman Billy Anaglate said on Sunday. The blasts on Saturday evening sent a giant fireball into the sky above the eastern part of Accra, causing frightened residents to flee their … Continue reading 7 dead as huge blasts rock gas depot in Ghana

Bangladesh Factory Fire: Death Toll Increases to 31.

The explosion which occurred at a packaging factory in Bangladesh last Saturday recorded a total of 15 deaths on first count. Over 70 persons sustained various degrees of injuries. Subsequent reports confirmed the inferno in the Tongi industrial zone - about 20 km (12 miles) north of the capital, Dhaka - was caused by a boiler explosion and … Continue reading Bangladesh Factory Fire: Death Toll Increases to 31.

Ferrari Worth 4 Million Yuan Burnt To Ashes In Minutes.

June 28, 2016: Chengdu, Dujiangyan Qingcheng Mountain roads. A Ferrari traveling on a mountainous road in China caught fire after an explosion but the owner and passengers were able to escape the inferno. The supercar burnt to ashes within a very short time, before emergency services could reach the location to extinguish the fire.   … Continue reading Ferrari Worth 4 Million Yuan Burnt To Ashes In Minutes.

Passenger Jet Bursts Into Flames With 241 People On Board.

Singapore Airlines said Monday that there were no injuries when a jetliner caught fire after the plane returned to Changi Airport because of an engine warning. An airline statement said the Boeing 777-300ER, flight SQ368, departed Changi Airport for Milan on Monday when it turned back "following an engine oil warning message." It said the … Continue reading Passenger Jet Bursts Into Flames With 241 People On Board.