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>> Investigators comb through the wreckage of a burnt-out fireworks factory on the outskirts of Indonesia's capital, Jakarta. Police on Friday trying to piece together the cause of two massive blasts the day before that killed 47 people and injured dozens. Officers say they smashed holes in the factory walls to rescue trapped workers as fire erupted.
But authorities deny reports the gate had been locked. Reuters Kanu Kapoor is at the scene.>> Police are going through the factory now trying to find more victims, a few who are still unaccounted for. We're starting to hear stories from some of the survivors about the panic that broke out after the first explosion.
There was supposedly a fire near the front gate which was also the only exit of the building. And a lot of people had to rush to the back of the building.>> Hospitals are struggling to treat victims injured in the blaze, some with horrific burns to 80% of their bodies.
Records at one facility show the youngest patient is only 15 years old. The remains of those who died in the disaster are now at a police hospital waiting to be identified by family members. Local media say the factory had only been opened for two months. Authorities are investigating whether it had the correct permits.
>> Well, this is being called one of the worst industrial disasters ever to hit Indonesia because of the death toll and how many people have been injured. Frequently there are fires in urban slum areas, in industrial areas but one on the scale is unprecedented.>> Some of those injured are suffering critical wounds, meaning the death toll could still rise.