Massive flames engulfed three trucks – one fuel tanker and two heavy-duty trucks – at a logistics company in Haicheng City, northeast China’s Liaoning Province on Thursday, after the fuel tanker caught fire in a crash. 

The fire erupted from the 30-ton oil tanker, which collided with a truck in a company parking lot, then quickly spread to the crashed truck and another one parked close by, according to a local fire crew. Upon receiving a call for the fire emergency, the local fire department immediately dispatched 50 firefighters with 10 fire engines to the site. 

The fire crew put the fire out after one hour of intensive work. 

No casualties were reported in the accident. 

2017-11-18 11:38 GMT+8