At least 10 people have been reportedly killed after an industrial building was nearly entirely destroyed in an explosion caused by a tanker carrying flammable liquid crashing in the Saudi Arabian capital.
Reuters reported the latest death toll, quoting witnesses and TV reports.
Officials in Riyadh said the fuel truck smashed into a concrete flyover, causing the multi-storey industrial building to be almost levelled and damaging several nearby buildings.
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