UPDATED — Aug. 1, 2014 8:05 a.m. ET:
2. At least 25 people are dead and 267 injured after a series of five explosions in Taiwan’s second-largest city, the Associated Press reported.
3. The Kaohsiung explosions were apparently caused by gas leaks late Thursday night.
4. Four firefighters are reportedly among the dead.
5. On Friday, three people remained missing.
Rescue workers inspect a body.
6. Smoke and a “gas-like smell” seeped from street drains before the explosions, the BBC reported via China’s Xinhua.
7. The explosions were said to feel “like an earthquake,” according to reports on social media.
8. This crowd-sourced map includes the explosion sites and relief areas.
9. Some schools and offices have reportedly canceled Friday operations.
10. According to Taiwan Voice, city officials have advised residents to not use gas or electricity.
A policeman and the covered body of a victim.