A large fire has broken out a a Shell chemical refinery in the Netherlands, according to local media.
People nearby heard two huge bangs and saw a flash of light, the reports say.
It is not yet known if there are casualties or the extent of the damage.
Images on social media show a fireball rising from the plant which is in Moerdijk, south of Rotterdam.
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