South Korean tower block engulfed in flames
A massive fire engulfed a 33-story high-rise block in the South-South Korean city of Ulsan.
Video footage showed flames spreading across the entire Samhwan Art Nouveau commercial and residential building.
Hundreds of people were reportedly evacuated, including from the roof, the Yonhap news agency said, with dozens suffering from smoke inhalation.
The fire reportedly started around 11:00 PM local time (2:00 PM GMT) and was spread by strong winds.
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The fire broke out between the 8th and 12th floors of the building, which houses around 120 households and shopping units.
According to the fire department, 77 people were treated for inhaling smoke.
Strong winds made it difficult to control the fire.
Firefighters look for people who may still be in the house.
An eyewitness said to Yonhap, "Suddenly the fire started. The windows were broken and the living room and bedroom lit up."
Another told YTN News about "exterior material," possibly insulation, that was attached to the outside of the building, causing the fire to spread quickly.
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