Interrupted power supply to a Liaoning metalwork factory shut down the exhaust system of its two blast furnaces, causing 23 people to suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning. Photo: EPA Interrupted power supply to a Liaoning metalwork factory shut down the exhaust system of its two blast furnaces, causing 23 people to suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning. Photo: EPA
Interrupted power supply to a Liaoning metalwork factory shut down the exhaust system of its two blast furnaces, causing 23 people to suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning. Photo: EPA

23 Chinese metal workers sickened by carbon monoxide in power blackout

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Topic |   China’s power crisis
Interrupted power supply to a Liaoning metalwork factory shut down the exhaust system of its two blast furnaces, causing 23 people to suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning. Photo: EPA Interrupted power supply to a Liaoning metalwork factory shut down the exhaust system of its two blast furnaces, causing 23 people to suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning. Photo: EPA
Interrupted power supply to a Liaoning metalwork factory shut down the exhaust system of its two blast furnaces, causing 23 people to suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning. Photo: EPA
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