Just 24 hours after a deadly blast in Tianjin killed at least 50 people and injured hundreds, another factory blast was reported in China's Liaoning province.
A blast occurred at a steel factory in Liaoning on Thursday night due to 'leaked liquid', sending thick smoke into the air, South China Morning Post reported. No injuries have been reported from Thursday's blast so far.
Meanwhile, a blast at a chemicals warehouse in Tianjin port ripped through the area on Wednesday night, destroying buildings and thousands of vehicles, and leaving hundreds severely injured.
At least 50 people were confirmed dead, including 17 firefighters, while about 700 people are said to be undergoing treatment in hospitals.
Images from Tianjin showed complete destruction, including hollowed buildings and burnt cars.