SHANGHAI (Reuters) - An explosion hit a chemical plant on Saturday night in eastern China, the official Xinhua state news agency said, citing local authorities.
No casualties have been reported yet, Xinhua said.
The blast, which triggered a fire, happened around 8.50pm local time in Huantai county in Shandong province.
The explosion comes after two huge blasts ripped through a warehouse storing dangerous chemicals in Tianjin on Aug. 12 killing at least 121 people.
(Reporting by Sue-Lin Wong; Editing by Dominic Evans)