Fire destroys 3 factories in HCM City

VOV.VN - A huge fire destroyed 3 factories spanning an area of 5,000 square meters in Nhi Xuan industrial park in Hoc Mon District of Ho Chi Minh City on August 3, thankfully no casualties have been reported.

Clouds of black smoke coming from Nhi Xuan industrial park can be seen from afar.
A crowd of curious and concerned locals gathered at the scene.
The blaze roared through the inside of the factory.
There were no casualties as a result of the fire, but three factories were destroyed.

The factories contain many flammable materials such as plastic chairs and rattan, causing difficulties for firefighters working to extinguish the fire.

Many of the walls and roofs collapsed from the intensity of the fire.
Factory workers helped the firefighters to combat the blaze.
The fire was first noticed at around 1:30pm on August 3, and it continued to rage for another 3 hours.
Ten fire engines and hundreds of firefighters were mobilized to the scene.
Firefighters had difficulty accessing the scene to douse the flames.
The fire was finally brought under control at 7pm on August 3.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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