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天津大爆発、死者112人に。いまだ被害の全貌見えず(画像)

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中国・天津で起きた爆発事故で、当局は8月16日、行方不明者が95人、死者が112人と発表した。巻き込まれた人の多くは、消防隊員だという。中国中央テレビが伝えた。

現場付近ではシアン化合物が検出され、化学物質の貯蔵施設と住宅街が隣接していたことなどが被害を大きくした原因と考えられている。

  • APTOPIX China Port Explosion
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
    In this photo taken Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015, a man walks past the charred remains of new cars at a parking lot near the site of an explosion at a warehouse in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality. Rescuers have pulled a survivor from an industrial zone about 32 hours after it was devastated by huge blasts in China’s Tianjin port. Meanwhile, authorities are moving gingerly forward in dealing with a fire still smoldering amid potentially dangerous chemicals. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
  • APTOPIX China Port Explosion
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
    In this photo taken Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015, a man walks through the site of an explosion at a warehouse in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality. Rescuers have pulled a survivor from an industrial zone about 32 hours after it was devastated by huge blasts in China’s Tianjin port. Meanwhile, authorities are moving gingerly forward in dealing with a fire still smoldering amid potentially dangerous chemicals. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
  • China Port Explosion
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
    In this photo taken Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015, a man stands near the charred remains of new cars at a parking lot near the site of an explosion at a warehouse in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality. Rescuers have pulled a survivor from an industrial zone about 32 hours after it was devastated by huge blasts in China’s Tianjin port. Meanwhile, authorities are moving gingerly forward in dealing with a fire still smoldering amid potentially dangerous chemicals. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
  • China Port Explosion Business
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
    Charred remains of new cars are seen in a parking lot near the site of an explosion at a warehouse in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality, Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. Explosions that sent huge fireballs through China's Tianjin port have disrupted the flow of cars, oil, iron ore and other items through the world's 10th largest port. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
  • China Port Explosion Business
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
    A window shattered by the shockwaves frames the site of an explosion at a warehouse in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality, Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. Explosions that sent huge fireballs through China's Tianjin port have disrupted the flow of cars, oil, iron ore and other items through the world's 10th largest port. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
  • China Port Explosion Business
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
    Workers sweep the area near deformed containers piled up after Wednesday's explosion in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality, Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. Rescuers pulled out a firefighter trapped for 32 hours after responding to a fire and huge explosions in the Chinese port city as authorities dealt Friday with a fire still smoldering amid potentially dangerous chemicals. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
  • CHINA-EXPLOSION-TIANJIN
    STR via Getty Images
    Damaged buckets are seen at the site of the explosions in Tianjin on August 15, 2015. Residents near the site of two giant explosions in the northern Chinese port city of Tianjin were being evacuated on August over fears of toxic contamination, state media said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
  • CHINA-EXPLOSION-TIANJIN
    STR via Getty Images
    A damaged fire truck belonging to a Tianjin fire brigade is seen at the site of the explosions in Tianjin on August 15, 2015. Residents near the site of two giant explosions in the northern Chinese port city of Tianjin were being evacuated on August over fears of toxic contamination, state media said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
  • CHINA-EXPLOSION-TIANJIN
    STR via Getty Images
    A rescuer walks past damaged cars at the site of the explosions in Tianjin on August 14, 2015. Enormous explosions in a major Chinese port city killed at least 44 people and injured more than 500, state media reported on August 13, leaving a devastated industrial landscape of incinerated cars, toppled shipping containers and burnt-out buildings. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
  • China Port Explosion
    Ng Han Guan/AP
    A Chinese firefighter adjusts his mask as he waits to be activated near the site of an explosion in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015. State media reported that the casualties of the first three squads of firefighters to respond and of a neighborhood police station have not yet been determined, suggesting that the death toll could still go up. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
  • China Port Explosion
    Ng Han Guan/AP
    Chinese firefighters rest as they wait to be deployed near the site of an explosion in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015. State media reported that the casualties of the first three squads of firefighters to respond and of a neighborhood police station have not yet been determined, suggesting that the death toll could still go up. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
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