Watch A Road Explode In Southwest China

An underground pipeline explosion in Beihai, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region at 2 pm yesterday was captured on tape. A 100-meter stretch of road was destroyed, but the good news is no one died, which is certainly not something we’re always able to say about these road collapses. Authorities are investigating the cause of the accident.

    8 Responses to “Watch A Road Explode In Southwest China”

    1. Ian G

      The aftermath looks like a typical footpath found anywhere in China. Maybe it was caused by some Chinaman with a lit candle digging a tunnel so he could plug his own hose in, and get free gas.

    2. Ian G

      Maybe ~ more probably. In Beihai there is a much higher probability of encountering a Chinaman than a non-Chinaman. As for DVD, yes I agree, he should learn to write abuse better. Perhaps the Beijing College of Wumau and other Pitiful Things needs a new Masters course? Anyway, re topic: What do you expect in this country, where everything seems to be hijacked/black marketed/obtained by some nefarious means? As for the roads and footpaths, they speak for themselves.


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