Six people suffocated in a factory in China

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An investigation into the causes of the emergency is currently underway.

Workers fainted while checking a water pump in a slag pool. They could not be saved.

In northern China, six people died of suffocation in a factory in Baoding City, Hebei Province. It is reported by Xinhua citing local authorities on Sunday 12 September.

The accident is said to have occurred at about 3 am on Saturday, when a worker at a down jacket factory in Daxinzhuang Township, Xuishui District, fainted while inspecting a water pump in a slag pool. Several other employees who tried to rescue him also fainted.

Despite all efforts to provide emergency assistance, six died, and another person was rescued.

An investigation into the causes of the emergency is currently underway.

Formerly in the Chinese city of Changchun in the northeastern Jilin province the fire killed 14 people, 12 more suffered. The fire occurred in a warehouse in a high-tech industrial development zone

It was also reported that at least eight people died in the Chinese province of Fujian as a result of collapse of a building under construction.

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