A fire has broken out at a paper factory in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin Port on Wednesday night, and firefighters at the scene are working hard trying to put out the fire.
According to eye witnesses, ''The fire can be seen 3km away." Video clips posted online show flames were coming from piles of unidentified things in the port.
But report says, "No casualties have been reported and the government of Binhai district in Tianjin could not be reached as of the press time.Fire at paper mill in north China’s Tianjin port under control, no casualties reported, say local authorities pic.twitter.com/qOvHEIaY9j— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) June 1, 2017
The area suffered tragic warehouse explosions in August 2015 that killed at least 165 people, including 99 firefighters. The explosions damaged 304 buildings, 12,428 cars and 7,533 containers.