Compensation settled for 32 killed in Kaohsiung gas explosions
Kaohsiung, July 17 (CNA) The three parties responsible for the July 31 gas explosions in Kaohsiung a year ago signed an agreement Friday that the families of each of the 32 people killed in the accident will receive compensation of NT$12 million (US$386,100).
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