Nov. 25 - Search underway for nine people still missing after Friday's pipeline explosion in eastern China. Paul Chapman reports.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EDIT CONTAINS MATERIAL THAT WAS ORIGINALLY 4:3 Search teams are still looking for nine people missing since Friday's oil pipeline blast in eastern China. It was so powerful roads and other structures near the epicentre were destroyed. The explosion in Qingdao killed at least 55 people. Another 166 have been injured. China's President Xi Jinping on Sunday visited survivors at a local hospital. The blast is the China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation's deadliest known accident. It closed the Huangdao oil terminal in Qingdao. It's reopened on Monday although some sources said Sinopec's oil shipments were still suspended.