Fire News: Huge Explosion at Fireworks Factory Near Montreal, Canada

06/20/2013
Two bodies were found in the rubble of a massive explosion at a fireworks factory near Montreal, Canada. A blast at B.E.M. Fireworks leveled a building and sent an immense plume of smoke up into the air, according to CBC.ca (http://bit.ly/1ax9pV0). Firefighters were still battling a fire at the scene. Fireworks could be seen detonating within the cloud of smoke. About 40 homes and a nearby campground were evacuated. The cause of the fire is not yet known. For more information on the blast and video, visit http://bit.ly/1ax9pV0.

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