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Victims families protest factory fire

Families of loved ones killed in a fire at a slaughterhouse in China blocked cars in front of the factory Tuesday morning to demand answers from authorities. At least 120 people were killed during an early morning fire at the plant a day before. Relatives expressed their anger at the situation. My daughter worked there but the doors were locked so they all burned to death, this woman said. Another person charged at a line of police officers and shouted 'this is the second day, they need to let us see the bodies of the dead!' More than 300 workers were in the plant at the time of the fire, which officials say might have been sparked by an ammonia gas leak explosion. It's unclear how many people remain unaccounted for. Those that did manage to escape with their lives are receiving treatment at hospitals. As investigators continue looking into the cause of the fire, the country's poor workplace safety records are once again thrust into the limelig

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