Four dead in Myanmar oil tanker blast: Fire official
YANGON (AFP) - At least four people were killed on Monday when two oil tankers caught fire and sank in the river in Yangon, an official said.
The tankers were docked at a jetty owned by military-controlled Myanmar Economic Holdings when the blast happened in a suburban area of the city. The cause was unclear.
"We found four bodies so far," said a fire department official at the scene.
The victims were believed to be workers on the vessels.