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PHOTOS: Over 100 Die In Nnewi Gas Plant Explosion

Yesterday over 100 people lost their lives when Chikasson Gas Plant in Uruagu Nnewi exploded.

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I was at Nnewi yesterday and what I saw was beyond me. Ambulances were carrying dead bodies and I was surprised at the speed and efficency of their services. Imagine going home for the holiday and death will come and meet you just like that. 
Though I can’t fathom out why a gas plant would be situated in a residential neighborhood.
Peep some pictures when you continue, VIEWERS DISCRETION IS HIGHLY ADVISED

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May the souls of all the dead rest in peace. 

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