An explosion at a Bosnian oil refinery has killed one and injured nine, Reuters has revealed.
The blast took place just after midnight at a refinery in the town of Brod, 130 miles from Sarajevo.
Of the nine people reported injured by the explosion, four are in a critical condition.
The refinery, which processes 1.2 million tonnes of crude a year, has continued operations despite the incident.
According to Reuters, Brod’s mayor Ilija Jovicic has called for an investigation to determine the cause of the blast.
The Brod refinery is majority owned by Russia’s Neftegazinkor, a subsiduary firm of state-owned oil company Zarubezhneft.