Sunday, July 14, 2013

Explosion leads to the New York Building Collapse



A New York building collapse and fire has left 14 injured, buildings damaged severely.

 At 12: 50 am on July 11, an explosion took place at the Pike Street in Chinatown, causing fire. As eyewitnesses describes, they at first heard a loud noise and then saw the plume of smoke billowing from the building. Fire fighters, police, and rescue workers soon arrived saving all residents and controlled the fire at 1:30 pm. Thankfully, there is no dead in this accident. Sadly, there were still 14 people injured including 9 residents and 5 fire fighters because of the collapse of buildings caused by the explosion.

As investigated, the explosion was caused by the bug bombs which are believed being used inappropriately and unsafely. /Zhangyan