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Shocking aerial pictures taken above the site of the colossal Tianjin explosion reveal the true extent of the devastation wreaked by the chemical blast

Blazing: A firefighter tries to extinguish the flames as fire ravages through a fleet of more than 1,000 cars near the warehouse explosion

Apocalyptic aftermath of the Chinese fire which left at least 50 dead

Blazing: A firefighter tries to extinguish the flames as fire ravages through a fleet of more than cars near the warehouse explosion

The port city is a major vehicle hub where about 10,000 imported cars were destroyed - including 2,748 Volkswagens and  1,000 Renaults

Apocalyptic aftermath of the Chinese fire which left at least 50 dead

The port city is a major vehicle hub where about imported cars were destroyed - including Volkswagens and Renaults

Shattered: A worker walks past dormitories damaged by the shockwave from the  explosion, which caused devastation for miles away

Apocalyptic aftermath of the Chinese fire which left at least 50 dead

Shattered: A worker walks past dormitories damaged by the shockwave from the explosion, which caused devastation for miles away

Taking cover: Local residents gather on a street after the explosion  rocked the area in north-eastern China

Apocalyptic aftermath of the Chinese fire which left at least 50 dead

Taking cover: Local residents gather on a street after the explosion rocked the area in north-eastern China

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On the scene: Rescuers are seen in a van near the site of the blasts in Tianjin municipality yesterday evening

Apocalyptic aftermath of the Chinese fire which left at least 50 dead

At least 50 people have been killed and a further 700 injured after a huge explosion hit a shipment of explosives in the north-eastern city of Tianjin, China, at local time.

Grim scenes show burnt-out vehicles and a building which was completely gutted in the blasts on Wednesday

Hundreds of tonnes of cyanide stored at warehouse in China blast

Destroyed: Grim scenes show burnt-out vehicles and a building which was completely gutted in the blasts on Wednesday

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The enormous fireballs from the blasts rolled through a nearby parking lot, turning a fleet of new cars into scorched metal husks

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Glass shards from a shattered window embedded in the wall of a stairway near the explosion site in Tianjin

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