Thursday, November 26, 2015   

10 killed in Jilin bus fire
(03-05 13:12)

A local government in northeastern China says 10 people have died and 17 were injured in a fire aboard a public bus.
The Jilin provincial government said on its microblog that the fire broke out aboard a crowded bus early today. Reports said 43 people were aboard the bus.
Last week, a man suspicious of his wife's infidelity admitted to setting a fire aboard a bus in southwestern China. Six people died and 35 were injured in the incident.—AP
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