Local police chief Lt. Col. Rudy Darmoko says no injuries have been reported in the fire at the Pertamina national oil company refinery.

Police say a massive fire has destroyed two storage tanks at Indonesia’s largest oil refinery.

Local police chief Lt. Col. Rudy Darmoko says no injuries have been reported in the fire at the Pertamina national oil company refinery.

Several explosions occurred at the storage tanks after the blaze broke out early Saturday.

Lt. Col. Darmoko says the cause of fire is still being investigated but there are no signs of sabotage. Residents were evacuated from around the Cilacap refinery on Java island.

Pertamina spokesman Muhammad Harun says the fire will not disrupt fuel production.

Another fire in 2008 at the Cilacap refinery killed three people.

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