Date: 4 March 1960
Location: Havana, Cuba
Type of event: accident
An explosion on 4 March 1960 destroyed a ship loaded with munitions in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, killing 100; while the Cuban government attributed the explosion to sabotage, it is otherwise generally concluded to have been accidental.
Consequences: 100 killed, injured
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