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Biochemical emergency team launch rescue mission in Tianjin

Updated: Aug 15,2015 3:56 PM     Xinhua

Soldiers of National Nuclear Biochemical Emergency Rescue Team launch a rescue mission at the core area of explosion site in Tianjin, north China, Aug 15, 2015. [Photo/ Xinhua]

Soldiers of National Nuclear Biochemical Emergency Rescue Team prepare to launch a rescue mission at the core area of explosion site in Tianjin, north China, Aug 15, 2015. Death toll rose to 85 as of Aug 14, including 21 firemen, from the massive warehouse explosions hitting north China’s Tianjin City on Aug 12, the rescue headquarters said on Aug 15. Meanwhile, 721 others were hospitalized, including 25 critically wounded and 33 in serious condition.[Photo/ Xinhua]

Soldiers of National Nuclear Biochemical Emergency Rescue Team prepare to launch a rescue mission at the core area of explosion site in Tianjin, north China, Aug 15, 2015. Death toll rose to 85 as of Aug 14, including 21 firemen, from the massive warehouse explosions hitting north China’s Tianjin City on Aug 12, the rescue headquarters said on Aug 15. Meanwhile, 721 others were hospitalized, including 25 critically wounded and 33 in serious condition.[Photo/ Xinhua]

Soldiers of National Nuclear Biochemical Emergency Rescue Team prepare to launch a rescue mission at the core area of explosion site in Tianjin, north China, Aug 15, 2015. Death toll rose to 85 as of Aug 14, including 21 firemen, from the massive warehouse explosions hitting north China’s Tianjin City on Aug 12, the rescue headquarters said on Aug 15. Meanwhile, 721 others were hospitalized, including 25 critically wounded and 33 in serious condition.[Photo/ Xinhua]

Soldiers of National Nuclear Biochemical Emergency Rescue Team prepare to launch a rescue mission at the core area of explosion site in Tianjin, north China, Aug 15, 2015. Death toll rose to 85 as of Aug 14, including 21 firemen, from the massive warehouse explosions hitting north China’s Tianjin City on Aug 12, the rescue headquarters said on Aug 15. Meanwhile, 721 others were hospitalized, including 25 critically wounded and 33 in serious condition.[Photo/ Xinhua]

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