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Paris building blast: Four dead, eleven injured, five missing
11:29, 01 September 2014, 399

AKIPRESS.COM - Four people have been killed and eleven others injured after an explosion destroyed a four-storey building in a suburb of Paris on Sunday morning.

Rescue teams with sniffer dogs are searching through the rubble for five other people, including a child, who are still missing, BBC reports from the scene.

The exact cause of the blast is still being investigated though a gas leak is suspected.


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