Kaohsiung mayor asks for rearrangement of pipelines after blast
Taipei, Aug. 1 (CNA) Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu appealed Friday for the Ministry of Economic Affairs to rearrange the petrochemical pipes running under her city to avoid a repetition of the gas explosions that took place the previous night in the port city, causing 26 deaths and leaving 266 people injured.
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