Wednesday, 20 November 2019

An aerial view of a fire on a pipeline owned by PT Pertamina in Cimahi near Bandung, West Java province, Indonesia, October 22, 2019. A fire broke out on a pipeline operated by Indonesian state oil and gas company Pertamina in West Java province on Tuesday, killing a Chinese construction worker, a local fire official said. Antara Foto/Raisan Al Farisi

Firefighters try to extinguish a fire on a pipeline owned by PT Pertamina in Cimahi near Bandung, West Java province, Indonesia, October 22, 2019. Pertamina halted fuel distribution through the pipeline temporarily, a company spokeswoman, Dewi Sri Utami, told reporters. Antara Foto/Raisan Al Farisi

Locals watch as smoke rises from a fire on a pipeline owned by PT Pertamina in Cimahi near Bandung, West Java province, Indonesia, October 22, 2019. A company spokeswoman, Dewi Sri Utami said the company would not comment on the cause of the fire until after it has carried out an investigation and is focusing for now on putting out the blaze. Antara Foto/Raisan Al Farisi

A fire burns in Cimahi, West Java Province, Indonesia October 22, 2019 in this still image taken from video obtained from social media. Video footage showed thick black smoke rising from one side of a highway and engulfing part of a busy toll road. Indrahadi/via REUTERS

Traffic stalls by a plume of smoke from a pipeline fire in Cimahi, West Java Province, Indonesia October 22, 2019 in this still image taken from video obtained from social media. The construction worker who was killed was a crane operator, the local fire department official said by telephone. Fadil Luthfianto/via REUTERS

An aerial view of a fire on a pipeline owned by PT Pertamina in Cimahi near Bandung, West Java province, Indonesia, October 22, 2019. Local media said the fire had broken after drilling work was carried out as part of the construction of a China-funded $6 billion high-speed railway project linking Jakarta and Bandung, the capital of West Java. Antara Foto/Raisan Al Farisi