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Twenty killed in explosion of pipeline in Mexico

An explosion at a fuel line in Mexico are at least twenty people to the life to come. At least 54 others were injured, says the governor of the state of Hidalgo, Omar Fayad, Friday night on tv channel Foro TV.

At the time of the explosion there were several hundred persons in the vicinity of the pipeline, messages in the local media. In the lead, in the city of Tlahuelilpan, was a leak. Inhabitants of the city were in the lead when coming to the fuel in buckets or jerry cans to carry.

It is unclear yet what the exact cause of the explosion. On video was to see how after the explosion, panic ensued. People were loudly calling away from the pipe. The pipeline beat flames the height. The emergency services set off the area. The Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador called on the government to the residents of the affected region to support.

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