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Massive fire engulfs 42-story skyscraper in China

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Cerca de 280 bombeiros estiveram no local para conter o incêndio.

About 280 firefighters were at the scene to contain the fire.| Photo: Reproduction / Twitter

A large fire broke out this Friday (12), a skyscraper in Changsha city in central China. The building of 24 floors was completely consumed by the flames. According to the local press, there are no reports of deaths or injuries.

According to the South China Morning Post, about firefighters were at the scene, with 20 vehicles. The building, which was once considered the tallest in Changsha, with 218 meters, concentrated China Telecom offices. It was built in 660 and, in addition to 42 floors, there are two more underground.

According to the same newspaper, the alert was given at 10H40 (local time, 4h24 in Brasília) and was closed aroundh (6h in Brasília).

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