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August 25, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
An explosion sparked a raging fire aboard a Taiwanese jet in the second disaster to strike a Taiwanese passenger plane in several days. The fiery landing of the UNI Airlines MD-90 followed a China Airlines crash-landing in Hong Kong. Both planes were manufactured by McDonnell Douglas Corp. The plane in the latest incident caught fire on the runway as the jet touched down at the airport in Hualien. Of the 96 people aboard, 28 were hospitalized. Many suffered facial burns.
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August 25, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
An explosion sparked a raging fire aboard a Taiwanese jet in the second disaster to strike a Taiwanese passenger plane in several days. The fiery landing of the UNI Airlines MD-90 followed a China Airlines crash-landing in Hong Kong. Both planes were manufactured by McDonnell Douglas Corp. The plane in the latest incident caught fire on the runway as the jet touched down at the airport in Hualien. Of the 96 people aboard, 28 were hospitalized. Many suffered facial burns.
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September 1, 1990 | Reuters
A huge explosion and fire in northern Taiwan killed 13 people and made several hundred people homeless, police said Friday. They said rescue efforts were severely hampered by the strong winds and heavy rains from Typhoon Abe. Police said they suspected the explosion about 12 miles out of Taipei was in an illegal electronics factory.
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September 1, 1990 | Reuters
A huge explosion and fire in northern Taiwan killed 13 people and made several hundred people homeless, police said Friday. They said rescue efforts were severely hampered by the strong winds and heavy rains from Typhoon Abe. Police said they suspected the explosion about 12 miles out of Taipei was in an illegal electronics factory.
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