Paris bakery 'gas explosion' kills three

12 January 2019 @10:04 | The Guardian
Gas leak believed to be cause of blast and fire in capital on morning of gilets jaunes rally Two firefighters and a Spanish woman have died in a massive explosion caused by a “pocket of gas” in a six-storey building in Paris. The woman died in hospital and at least 46 others were said to be injured, nine of them critically, including a third firefighter, in the blast in the 9th arrondissement of the capital on Saturday morning. continue...
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