At least 186 people are now thought to have been killed in an oil tanker explosion in South Sudan two days ago.
The incident occurred on Wednesday on a road about 250 kilometres west of the capital Juba, close to the small town of Maridi.
The victims included local people who tried to scoop up the fuel spill. Maridi local government director John Saki told media about a thousand people crowded around the tanker to gather fuel after it crashed on the roadside, with many coming from a nearby school.
Doctors were reportedly struggling to cope with limited supplies to treat severe burns, including a lack of painkillers.