Thursday, 20 October 2016

Corpses exploding in Venezuela's morgues as country cannot afford air conditioning

Decomposing bodies in Venezuela’s morgues are reportedly exploding due to lack of fund to provide air conditioning.

This follows after the country’s economic downsized under the regime of President Nicholas Maduro, a reported bus driver- turned politician who inflated prices, subjecting over 30 million citizens to hardship and starvation.

The outrageous claim was made on the FrontPage article by Texas –based journalist David Paulin, who confirmed after his investigations, that in a space of two days, a corpse exploded at the University Hospital Antonio Patricio de Alcala in Cumana.


‘A corpse that had been decomposing for two days in tropical heat at University Hospital Antonio Patricio de Alcalá, in Cumaná, 'finally exploded in a spray of toxic fluids and gasses'.
However, an employee from the hospital was quoted on Paulin’s report, where she confirmed that there have being more occurrences of such cases

'It’s not the first time that a body exploded. It has already occurred two times since the middle of September.'

This story first appeared on Daily mail (read full story here

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