A propane truck exploded in a car park in Tver, Russia on Wednesday night causing a huge fire. As yet, no injuries have been reported and the fire is under control.
According to a source in the local Emergency Situations Ministry, firefighters battled the resulting fire for 12 hours, in Tver, Russia. According to the Moscow Times, the firefighters are still battling the blaze on Thursday.
The fire broke out in Tver on Wednesday evening just before 10 pm local time, and spread to four buses, one minibus and two tankers containing flammable propane gas.
One of the tankers later exploded, sending a mushroom cloud into the air, as seen in a video posted on YouTube (above).
No injuries have been reported, the fire is "under control" and there is no risk of a second explosion.