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A South Korean military factory violently exploded and caught fire, killing three workers

Overseas Network February 14th According to the Yonhap News Agency reported on the 14th, about 8:42 am that day, the Hanwon Daejeon plant in the outer three holes of the Rucheng District of Daejeon City exploded and caused a fire. The Korean fire department said that the accident killed three workers. The number of injured is still uncertain.

The fire department mobilized more than 40 firefighters to carry out fire fighting work. At around 9:27 am, the fire was completely extinguished.

The relevant personnel of the fire department said that after receiving the alarm, we immediately rushed to the scene, and the specific cause of the accident was under investigation.

According to the Korea East Asia Daily, the Hanwha Daejeon Plant is a military-required factory that deals with explosives such as gunpowder. An explosion occurred in the factory last May, killing five people. (Compile / Overseas Network Liu Qiang Intern Jin Chengyu)

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