At least six people were killed and dozens injured on Monday when a fuel truck exploded in southwestern Libya, medics said.
The precise causes of the blast were not clear.
It happened when a crowd flocked around the tanker as it headed to resupply a petrol station in the Bent Bayyah district. A stampede occurred, followed by a massive explosion that set several cars on fire, according to images posted online.
An official at the main hospital in Sebha, southern Libya’s main city, told AFP six people had died.