@hassanobeid16 Home Latest News Lebanon News Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link A welding accident has led to yet another explosion in Lebanon on Thursday that left one dead and three injured. A loud sound was heard in Taanayel in the Bekaa region as an explosion erupted near a mango ripening factory, according to local media. The explosion, which other reports said erupted in a vegetable warehouse, reportedly took place after Syrian workers finished a welding operation at the location of the blast. دوي صوت قوي في #تعنايل#لبنان #انفجار@salmanonline @amanie_geha @LarissaAounSky @BassamAbouZeid @dargham @MTVLebanonNews @LBCI_NEWS @ALJADEEDNEWS @aljoumhouria @janoubia_news pic.twitter.com/Q7qRLjaknJ— H a s s a n O b e i d (@HassanObeid16) November 12, 2020 This new explosion comes on the 100-day after the harrowing Beirut Port explosion that left Beirut devastated. It too was also allegedly caused by welding work on that dreaded day. The Civil Defense arrived quickly to the scene and the victims were taken to the Bekaa Hospital. An investigation has been launched to look into the explosion. One dead, 3 injured in an explosion at a factory in #Lebanon’s Bekaa. @ALJADEEDNEWS reports cause was welding works, making this the latest in a series of explosions/fires attributed to welding. pic.twitter.com/oWVRd1aMKk— Timour Azhari (@timourazhari) November 12, 2020 Just days ago, three people were injured in an explosion also attributed to welding work in the southern town of Zefta. Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Support our independent media - contribute today! Become a Patron!