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Huge explosions rock Equatorial Guinea’s main city: ‘State TV has shown people looking for survivors in the rubble, lifting up the blocks of collapsed buildings by hand’
BBC News: 14 minutes ago
Images on social media show a huge plume of smoke hanging over the city.
The cause of the explosions is unclear but they came from an area near a military camp.
It lists three hospitals where the “seriously and very seriously injured” are being transferred.
Video posted on social media of the aftermath of the explosions show a chaotic scene of distressed people fleeing from the site of the explosions.
In a tweet, France’s ambassador Brochenin Olivier sent his condolences to the victims, describing the event as a “catastrophe”.
The Spanish embassy has said that its country’s citizens should remain at home and issued a series of emergency numbers.
Equatorial Guinea was a Spanish colony until independence in 1968.
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