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> China grappling with yet another fatal accident Thursday. A platform under construction at a power plant in eastern China collapsing, killing 67 people. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang ordering an investigation into the disaster, and demanding those responsible be held accountable. The company building the plant said that it's cooperating with authorities.
Three decades of breaking up Chinese economic growth have been marred by incidents ranging from mining disasters to factory fires. Last year a chemical blast in the port city of Tianjin killed more that 170 people. China has vowed to improve safety at such facilities.