The number of injured by gas plant fire rises to nine, the death toll remains at two.

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With third, second, and first-degree burns, the number of injured increased to nine due to the fire of the Copegas liquefied petroleum gas bottling plant, in the municipality of Licey, in Santiago, while, at the moment, the dead there are still two. According to the Civil Defense, the accident originated on Saturday at 6:00 in the morning due to a gas leak, and the shock waves affected two nearby homes. The dead are the infant Braylin Ulloa and the adult, Francisco Trinidad, 66, a caretaker of the establishment. The injured, including three minors, are Emma Reyes, two years old; Grissel Santos, 15 years old; Crismely Padilla, 11; Julissa Ortiz, 26; Samuel Ulloa, 18; Juan Francisco Santos, 41; Nilson Reyes, 70; Juana Bisonó, 65, and Griselda Padilla, 37. In the Dominican […]

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The number of injured by gas plant fire rises to nine, the death toll remains at two.

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With third, second, and first-degree burns, the number of injured increased to nine due to the fire of the Copegas liquefied petroleum gas bottling plant, in the municipality of Licey, in Santiago, while, at the moment, the dead there are still two. According to the Civil Defense, the accident originated on Saturday at 6:00 in the morning due to a gas leak, and the shock waves affected two nearby homes. The dead are the infant Braylin Ulloa and the adult, Francisco Trinidad, 66, a caretaker of the establishment. The injured, including three minors, are Emma Reyes, two years old; Grissel Santos, 15 years old; Crismely Padilla, 11; Julissa Ortiz, 26; Samuel Ulloa, 18; Juan Francisco Santos, 41; Nilson Reyes, 70; Juana Bisonó, 65, and Griselda Padilla, 37. In the Dominican […]

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Santo Domingo.- As a result of Luis Abinader’s arrival to the Presidency, thousands of petitions rained down on him to bring to justice and imprison outgoing officials who had committed acts of corruption. As the days go by, in social networks, the desire of the population to see behind bars […]