Episode took place this Saturday, 24, in Changchun, capital of Jilin province; according to local information, at least 12 people were rescued in serious condition.
At least 14 people died after a fire in a warehouse in China. The case took place this Saturday, 24, in Changchun, capital of Jilin province, located in the northeast of the country. According to the Chinese agency Xinhua, 26 people were also injured after the episode, with 12 of them being rescued in serious condition. So far the cause of the fire has not been revealed, but local officials said the fire reached a logistical warehouse. The teams continue with the actions of rescue and, according to the state agency, authorities are investigating the episode. In addition to this case, China recorded other tragic episodes in recent weeks, also with records of victims. On the 12th, the collapse of a hotel in Suzhou left at least eight dead, with 24 being projected. On the 21st, Wednesday, passengers had to be rescued after a flood hit the Zhengzhou city subway. Thunderstorms killed at least 25 people in Honã.