Leverkusen blast: German chemical plant explosion leaves one dead

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At least one person has been killed and four remain missing after an explosion at a chemical plant in Germany.

Officials in the city of Leverkusen say 16 people were injured in the blast, which happened at 09:40 local time (07:40 GMT).

The explosion triggered a fire that took several hours to put out, with plumes of black smoke seen in the area.

Police have told local residents to stay inside and close windows and doors.

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Chandana Sesath Jayakody

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