Deaths in Shandong chemical factory accident could lead to further closures

By Michael Greenfield, Michael Greenfield
Published: Tuesday, 16 April 2019

Ten workers have died after inhaling smoke from a fire at a pharmaceutical company in Shandong province, which could lead to wider safety inspections and possible industry shutdowns.

An accident at a chemical plant in China has killed 10 workers at the Qilu Tianhe Pharmaceutical company at Jinan, in Shandong province, which could lead to a safety crackdown in the area.

A further 12 people were suffering the effects of smoke inhalation after the accident during the afternoon...

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