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what about that ocean %HESITATION to go talk to the death toll has jumped in an explosion at a Chinese pesticide plant according to state media on Wednesday the fiery blast injured hundreds of people overnight in the city of ya'an Chung in China's eastern Jiangsu province reports also say survivors were taken to sixteen hospitals and that at least a six hundred and forty people have been treated for injuries the plan fire spread to neighboring factories and media reported that children and a kindergarten nearby were injured in the blast the cause is still under investigation but the state run China daily says the company that ran the plant has been cited and fined for work safety violations in the past public anger over safety standards has grown in China the country's been plagued by a string of industrial accidents ranging from mining disasters to factory fires have tarnished the three decades of breakneck growth chemical plants in particular have been hit by disaster , in twenty fifteen a series of explosions at the Tianjin the chemical warehouse killed one hundred and sixty five people not far from Beijing those blasts were big enough to be seen by satellites and register on earthquake sensors