Fire threatening Mt. Tai under control

15:42, April 19, 2011      

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Fire ravages Jieshou Mountain in Shandong Province on April 18, 2011. Due to the efforts of 17,000 people whi participate in the firefighting work, the fire, which broke out in the mountians north of Mount Tai, a popular tourist zone, is now under control. No causltaies have been reported.



Fire ravages Jieshou Mountain in Shandong Province on April 18, 2011. Due to the efforts of 17,000 people whi participate in the firefighting work, the fire, which broke out in the mountians north of Mount Tai, a popular tourist zone, is now under control. No causltaies have been reported.

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