At least five people were killed and 89 injured in a blast in a gas pipeline in northeastern China's Jilin province on July 4.
The mishap happened at 2:45pm when workers were repairing a leak in the pipeline in Songyuan city.
This was the second such deadly attack of the week. Two days earlier, eight died in a similar incident in Guizhou.
Gas pipeline blast in China, five killed
Owner of the pipeline yet unknown
The official Xinhua news agency said the blast had also 'affected' patients and staff at a nearby hospital without giving more details.
It didn't name the owner of the pipeline either. The earlier mishap took place at a China National Petroleum Corp pipeline.
Rescue operations were underway. Meanwhile, an investigation has also been launched.
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