This is the dramatic moment debris from a Chinese rocket crashed down in a fireball and explodes among houses

Debris from Chinese rocket crashes down in a fireball

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This is the dramatic moment debris from a Chinese satellite rocket crashed down in a fireball and exploded near houses.

Footage shows the booster from a Long March 3B rocket dropping from the sky and smashing into the Earth in Debao County, in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in the south of China.

Flames could be seen as it came plummeting down and smashed into the ground on the horizon.

Soldiers rushed to the scene where the white and red piece of debris was burning on a mud track.

It came hours after the country sent twin satellites into space on a single carrier rocket in a bid to boost location services in remote areas. 

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The BeiDou-3 navigation satellites were sent into space on the Long March-3B carrier rocket from Xichang Satellite Launch Centre, Sichuan Province, China.   

Flames could be seen as it came plummeting down and smashed into the ground on the horizon

Flames could be seen as it came plummeting down and smashed into the ground on the horizon

Flames could be seen as it came plummeting down and smashed into the ground on the horizon

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