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Cooking oil cans found “reinforcing” the pillars of collapsed Taiwanese apartment

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 10, 2016 01:03 AM
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by Julie M. Rodriguez last modified Feb 09, 2016

Some disturbing allegations have surfaced following a 6.4 earthquake in Taiwan on February 6th. One 16-story apartment complex, the Weiguan Jinlong, toppled over with more than 300 people inside, killing at least 24 people. This makes up the majority of total earthquake deaths in the city of Tainan, currently numbering around 40. Now, reports are surfacing that the high-rise we literally constructed out of "tin cans." While emergency workers worked to free residents trapped in the...




 

 

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Some disturbing allegations have surfaced following a 6.4 earthquake in Taiwan on February 6th. One 16-story apartment complex, the Weiguan Jinlong, toppled over with more than 300 people inside, killing at least 24 people. This makes up the majority of total earthquake deaths in the city of Tainan, currently numbering around 40. Now, reports are surfacing that the high-rise we literally constructed out of “tin cans.”


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