Yesterday we posted images of the aftermath of this huge explosion in Mexico. Today, we see the damage left behind.
This image really conveys the amount of heat that an explosion like this would emit.
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A destroyed traffic light is seen after an explosion of a pipeline in San Martin Texmelucan, Puebla, Mexico, Dec. 20. The explosion of an oil pipeline in the central Mexican town of San Martin Texmelucan on Dec. 19 killed 27 people and left 52 injured, including five in serious condition. Mexican Interior Minister Jose Francisco Blake Mora said that 12 children were among the dead in the blast of a pipeline belonging to state-owned energy giant Petroleos de Mexico (Pemex). The explosion destroyed 32 homes and damaged 83 others.
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