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Second man dies from chiller blast

BANGLADESH: A second man has died following the chiller explosion at the Six Seasons Hotel in Gulshan, Dhaka, last Friday.

Engineer Sohel Rana, 24, who sustained burns to around 80% of his body in the incident, died today while undergoing treatment at the Dhaka Medical College and Hospital.

Bd News 24 reports that the third victim, an employee of the hotel, remains in hospital.

It is still not known what caused the explosion which killed 26-year-old engineer Anwar Hossain on the spot.

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