Explosion at UK’s largest steel plant caught on CCTV

COURTESY: DANIEL OKANE

CCTV captured an explosion at the UK’s largest steel plant as a series of blasts at the factory injured two people and shook nearby homes.

South Wales Police said the incident at the Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot was reported at about 3:35am on Friday.

Two workers suffered minor injuries and all staff members have been accounted for. Police said early indications are the explosions were caused by a train used to carry molten metal into the plant.

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Massive fire sends smoke plume over Sydney

A massive fire broke out at a waste recycling Chullora factory in western Sydney industrial park. No injuries were reported in the incident.
New South Wales fire service sent some 120 firefighters and 24 trucks to contain the blaze.
The roof of the building has collapsed, making firefighting riskier. Firefighters were also concerned over gas cylinders at the back of the building, which could potentially detonate.

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