Call for safety checks as fuel storage fire kills 13 in Indonesia

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Indonesian officials have called for an investigation and an audit of state energy company Pertamina’s facilities after a fire at its fuel storage station killed 13 people.

The fire, which started at around 8pm (01:00 GMT) on Friday from a fuel pipe at Pertamina’s Plumpang fuel storage depot in the capital Jakarta, quickly spread to nearby houses and sent residents in the densely populated area into a panic.




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