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July, 29 2014 08:00:00

Blaze ravages plant in Hung Yen province

All the equipment and materials in the workshop were completely destroyed, and part of the workshop's roof collapsed.— Photo nguoiduatin

HUNG YEN (VNS) — A major fire broke out at Hoa Phat Electronics Co., Ltd in the northern province of Hung Yen yesterday, causing up to VND15 billion (US$721,000) in damage.

The blaze reportedly started in plastic molds at around 4am and was put out three hours later.

All the equipment and materials in the workshop were completely destroyed, and part of the workshop's roof collapsed.

Preliminary investigations showed that an electrical fault might have triggered the blaze. — VNS

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