Dozens rescued from Chinese factory fire
Three women suffered smoke inhalation
South China Morning Post
KWUN TONG, China — Fifty-four people were rescued by firefighters after being trapped in a 13-storey factory building in Kwun Tong when a ground-floor garage was engulfed in flames yesterday.
Three women suffered smoke inhalation and were treated at United Christian Hospital. The blaze broke out in the ground-floor garage of the Fu Hop Factory Building in Wai Yip Street at about 1.30pm.
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