Turkey blast brings down army homes

An explosion caused by a central heating fault has killed three people.

    An explosion from a faulty central heating facility caused the buidling to partially collapse

    Turkey has seen several blasts from faulty gas-powered central heating units in the past.
    The blast occurred at 8am (0600 GMT), according to Turkey's Anatolian news agency.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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