Indonesia's gas and oil company HQ on fire

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October 16, 2006 04:49

 
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Firefighters were battling a blaze at the headquarters of Indonesia's state-owned gas and oil company Pertamina early Monday, a company spokesman said. No one was injured in the fire that began about 4 a.m. and had damaged three floors of the 21-floor building by midmorning, Mohamad Harun said, adding that he had no immediate information on the cause of the blaze. Twenty fire trucks were on the scene in the capital Jakarta, he said.

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