Najmanje 111 osoba poginulo je prilikom krađe goriva u Keniji. Požar je izazvala cigareta.
This is all that is left of a truck that was carrying oil in Kenya.
The vehicle crashed near the central Rift valley town of Molo spilling its oil.
Hundreds of people rushed to scoop up whatever petrol they could salvage when it burst into flames.
At least 111 people have been killed and bodies burnt beyond recognition.
This man couldn't believe what had happened.
(SOUNDBITE) (Swahili) UNIDENTIFIED MOLO RESIDENT SAYING:
"I have never seen people burnt like this. We are all very shocked. I don't even know what to say. We are shocked."
Rescuers said the blaze may have started after someone dropped a cigarette.
Some people are saying the fire was started deliberately after police blocked someone from getting to the truck.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROVINCIAL COMMISSIONER OF RIFT VALLEY, HASSAN NOOR, SAYING:
"We don't exactly know how the fire started because the allegation is that somebody got annoyed with the way they were being chased away from the place by security personnel and lit the fire, others are saying the fire started accidentally. But, however, in the process there was an explosion, there was fire everywhere and we have bodies littered all over this place."
Police have labelled the blaze as one of Africa's worst disasters of recent times.
Basmah Fahim, Reuters.
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