At least four people have been killed and four others injured, while the fate of 68 remains unknown after a gas explosion shattered a 10-story residential building in downtown Magnitogorsk in Russia’s Urals. The blast rocked the apartment complex on Monday at around 6am local time, completely collapsing one of its sections, videos from the scene show. The disaster left at least four people dead, according to local officials. Two adults and two children were rescued from the rubble and hospitalized with their injuries. There were 111 residents registered as living in the apartment complex. The fate of 35 remains unclear, the Emergencies Ministry told reporters.
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