A fire on a bus in southeastern China has killed 47 people and is being investigated as a "serious criminal case."
The official Xinhua news agency said the bus caught fire during rush hour on June 7 in the coastal city of Xiamen.
A total of 34 people were admitted to hospital.
Xiamen police said on their official microblog that a suspect had been identified and that the case had achieved "a breakthrough development." They did not elaborate.
Earlier this week, a fire at a poultry slaughterhouse in northeastern China killed 120 people.
Authorities said safety management at the plant was a "total mess" and have detained two senior executives.
Based on reporting by Reuters and AP