03 Apr '11, 10pm

Java fire destroys 3 of 4 oil storage tanks: The local police chief, Lieutenant-Colonel Rudy Darmoko, said no in...

Police said a massive fire on Saturday had destroyed three of the four storage tanks at Indonesia's largest oil refinery. The local police chief, Lieutenant-Colonel Rudy Darmoko, said no injuries have been reported in the fire at the Pertamina national oil company refinery in Cilacap, West Java. The National Police said yesterday that it would need three days to extinguish the fire, reported the Jakarta Post. The government, meanwhile, assured the nation that the fire will not disrupt fuel supply. Agencies

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