China saw its second chemical blast in ten days when the Shandong Runxing Chemical plant in Zibo, Shandong province caught fire after an explosion at about 8:50 p.m. Saturday, Bloomberg reported, citing state media. State news agency Xinhua claimed nine people were injured in the blast, with no fatalities reported, according to local authorities. The local fire department sent 20 trucks and 150 firefighters to the scene. Shandong Runxing has a registered capital of 200 million yuan ($31 million), with 100,000-ton/year HDI and 300,000-ton/year adiponitrile projects under construction in Zibo, according to its website. The blast followed a major explosion in which at least 121 people died in Tianjin earlier in August.