Seven children playing at a road-construction storage site have died after a dynamite explosion in northern Ethiopia, the BBC reports.
Construction firms set up camps to store their equipment, which is where the children were hanging out unaware of the danger.
Police are warning the community in the West Armachiho area of Amhara region to keep their children away from the site.
The construction company has not commented.
Dynamite is commonly used to blast through rocks when building roads.