In a major mishap, a 42-storeys office skyscraper building burnt with great intensity in downtown Changsha, capital of China's southern province of Hunan on Friday. The Changsha building fire video has been doing rounds on social media with netizens wondering how such a tall building caught such massive fire in China. Multiple Chinese media quoted Hunan's fire department divulging information in the Changsha skyscraper fire incident saying that a dozen of floors of the 200m-tall building burnt with great intensity and also sent heavy thick smoke in the sky.

Furthermore, the fire department added that the fire has been controlled and no casualties have been reported so far. For this operation 36 fire trucks and 280 firefighters were deployed to the scene. In the Changsha skyscraper fire viral video, it can be seen the tall building in the 'arms' of the massive flames producing heavy smoke up in smoke. The fire is looking is so deadly that no causality report sounds lucky.

It is pertinent to mention here that the reason behind Changsha skyscraper fire has not been revealed (while writing this), however a Twitter user shared the video with the caption, "Telecom building in Changsha, Hunan went on fire. Apparently the paint on the outside caught on fire? The company says that everyone was evacuated safely and hope that's true."

Netizens react on China's building fire incident

One of the users noticed something unusual and wrote, "Is it a person?? I hope it is not"

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Another user wrote, "Be honest, how many burned alive ??"

"I think someone misunderstood "oil painting"," another user added.

"Chinesium paint did this?" wrote another user.

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