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Fire accident occurred in Taiwan’s Yusco on May 9

10 May 2021 13:23 reported by Jordan Huang

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Yieh United Steel Corp. (Yusco), a leading stainless steel mill in Taiwan, faced a fire accident in its mill in Kaohsiung last night (May 9).

The accident caused by a burning oil tank, which caused a worker to get injured. The fire was clear to be seen in the dark night.

According to the announcement from the local government, the working area which got fire will suspend all production work until the investigation is completed.

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