Eight killed by chemical leak at factory

Eight killed by chemical leak at factory

A chemical leak in northern China has killed eight people and injured two others.

A statement from Yangcheng County in Shanxi province said the carbon disulfide leak occurred at a plant belonging to the Ruixing chemical company.

It said three rescue workers were also under health observation.

The cause of the leak is still under investigation.

More in this Section

Coronavirus outbreak ‘could last for months’Coronavirus outbreak ‘could last for months’

French energy giant Total faces legal action over climate policyFrench energy giant Total faces legal action over climate policy

Hong Kong train services to mainland China to cease amid coronavirus outbreakHong Kong train services to mainland China to cease amid coronavirus outbreak

Face mask manufacturers face a surge in demand after coronavirus outbreakFace mask manufacturers face a surge in demand after coronavirus outbreak


Lifestyle

Four graduates tell Siobhan Howe how their fine art degree has influenced their approach to their working life.What use is a degree in fine art? Four graduates answer the question

Terry Gilliam tells Esther McCarthy about the mystery woman who helped him to finally get his Don Quixote film made after 30 yearsTerry Gilliam: Back in the saddle again

Twitch will no longer be the home of esports for Call of Duty, Overwatch and Hearthstone, with those games (and more) going to YouTube instead.Violence in the stream: Big changes for esports

That may say more about how the media treats flaws and beauty than it says about Alicia Keys herself, but nevertheless, it was refreshing at the time to see someone say no to the Hollywood expectations of beauty.The Skin Nerd: Unlocking Alicia Keys’ secrets to gorgeous skin

More From The Irish Examiner