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A boy in China has escaped serious injuries after being blown into the air and flung degrees by the force of an exploding sewer. The blast took place after the child threw a lit match into a manhole, igniting trapped methane, according to reports.
Surveillance footage shows the boy in Zhuozhou, China, being sent into air by the blast. The force of the explosion is so strong the child is propelled to spin degrees in midair. The accident occurred on November 29 in a residential complex in Zhuozhou, a prefecture-level city in northern China's Hebei Province, reported Zhuozhou Media Convergence. Surveillance footage released by the local news group shows the boy walking towards the manhole with a playmate.
It then shows him crouching down and sticking an object into the metal cover. But as soon as he stands upright, he is launched into the air by the force of an explosion under his feet. The blast is so powerful the boy is propelled to spin degrees in midair and then lands on the ground hard.
He manages to stand up on his own and limps for a few steps before sitting down to rest. The manhole cover, which was catapulted into the air, smashes onto the pavement a few metres away from the two children. He is seen limping for a few steps before having to sit down by the pavement to rest further. An eyewitness told Zhuozhou Media Convergence that the manhole cover was largely destroyed in the explosion and the boy's face was hit by loose stones and sustained bleeding.
Another local resident said he could hear the blast well from his home, which was nine storeys up. Similar accidents are common in China during winter, especially in the leading up to the Chinese New Year. The boy, who remains unidentified, didn't suffer major injuries. Football news: Giovane Elber taped his mouth shut to avoid getting a red for talking.