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    Smoke rises from a burnt-out truck at the site of an early Wednesday blast that killed 23 people and left 22 injured. Photo: Caixin
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Gallery: Aftermath of Deadly Hebei Chemical Plant Explosion

Trucks and buildings were still smoldering when Caixin reached the site of North China blast as death toll grew to 23

11.29.2018
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Smoke rises from a burnt-out truck at the site of an early Wednesday blast that killed 23 people and left 22 injured. Photo: Caixin
Thirty-eight trucks and 12 cars were damaged in the explosion, which took place next to a Hebei chemical plant. Photo: Caixin
Burnt-out vehicles line the blast site in the Qiaodong district of Zhangjiakou city. Photo: Caixin
Workers clear up the wreckage. Photo: Caixin
A crane lifts a damaged vehicle from the site of the explosion. Photo: Caixin
The remains of the gate of Hebei Shenghua Chemical plant, next to where the explosion took place. Photo: Caixin
The charred shell of a security guard post at the chemical plant. Photo: Caixin
Turnstiles at the entrance of the plant were burned and blackened. Photo: Caixin
Smoke rises from the blast site. Photo: Caixin
A charred shoe and a clump of hair are pictured near the site of the chemical plant explosion. Photo: Caixin

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Gallery: Aftermath of Deadly Hebei Chemical Plant Explosion