Two explosions in Venezuela
Two explosions in Venezuela: Two explosions were recorded on Saturday night in the vicinity of the El Chaure refinery, located in Anzoategui state, in eastern Venezuela. The accident left three people burned, including a child. The second explosion – minutes later – alarmed the residents of the town of Guanta and the area had to be evicted for security reasons.
The first incident of this June 8 in the afternoon took the lives of three people who died burned by the flames.
The second explosion – minutes later – alarmed the residents of the town of Guanta and the area had to be evicted for security reasons.
«Product of the hydrocarbon fire in the El Chaure sector there are three victims burned. At this time Cicpc (scientific police) performs the survey. Our Civil Protection and Firefighters teams present on the site for support. We deeply regret the death balance, “Governor Antonio Barreto Sira said immediately on Twitter.
Atencion: Esto está ocurriendo en Guanta, zona aledaña a Puerto La Cruz. La población aterrorizada evacuando el área pic.twitter.com/WmcbzW8CyT
— Nicolas Galindo (@nikgpin) June 9, 2019
None of the authorities of the Venezuelan regime or Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) have spoken out to explain the situation. The opposition deputy, Omar González, said on Saturday night, through the same social network, that the inhabitants of Guanta “demand the authorities of PDVSA, Civil Protection, the Interior and the municipalities to inform and guide the population on what happens with the fires and explosions in the El Chaure refinery ».
Venezuela currently faces a shortage of gasoline that has affected 16 of the country’s 24 states. According to the oil union, the country could run out of gas in a month. This is partly due to the decrease in more than 70 percent of oil production and the almost complete paralysis of the six refineries in the oil nation.
In some entities the fuel load in cars has been rationed, while in Caracas people – until a few days ago – spent long hours in queues of vehicles to replenish their gasoline tanks
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