May 12, 2019 | Story | No Comments
A makeshift pyrotechnics factory near Bogota, Colombia has exploded, killing four and injuring at least 30 more. The blast tore through both floors of the house and also damaged nearby buildings and vehicles.
Several gas cylinders exploded around 1pm in a house in the La Estrada neighborhood of Engativà, a town west of Bogota, according to Cablenoticias news agency, which reported the building was being used to manufacture wicks and gunpowder for “tejo,” a game that involves throwing a metal disc at packets of gunpowder.
At least 16 of the injured were minors, according to district health authorities, who said most of the injuries were caused by the shock wave from the blast.
Authorities have ruled out a deliberate attack but are still investigating what caused the explosion.
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