Pennsylvanian Factory Explosion Death Toll Climbs to 7

Death toll from the chocolate factory explosion has increased to seven after several dead bodies were recovered at the site. Huge explosion rocked the Pennsylvanian West Reading community of just 4,500 people, on Friday, destroying the R.M. Palmer Co. facility. Operation is underway to look for missing people as Search and rescue teams are working to pull people out from debris.

The Explosion

On March 24, a massive explosion sent shockwaves across West Reading, Pennsylvania, leaving multiple dead and several others injured. The explosion occurred at around 5 pm, which destroyed the nearby buildings, according to the police. The injured were transferred to Reading Hospital at once, while the rescue teams are still working to pull the other survivors from the debris. 

People Asked To Stay Away

Meanwhile people are told to stay away from the explosion site as the police are in the initial phases of its investigation. The police are investigating the cause of the explosion which is going to take a little time as saving and rescuing is more important, the chief of West Reading Police Department said.

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