Honduras: Protests against the coup intensify, one killed
Dozens of people were injured at the gates of the Government House. There is also an undetermined number of detainees, including some journalists.
An employee of Hondutel, the state-owned communications chain, identified as Rosel Ulises (30) was killed after a military vehicle run over him, being left on the street in an area near the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa.
While some speakers close to deposed president Zelaya announced his death, the hospital sources denied this assumption.
In addition, 27 people were arrested, including seven of the trade union of taxi drivers, while international media reported that several people are missing after the crackdown.
Hundreds of students, trade unionists and leftists marched through the day before the Presidential Palace, burning tires and throwing objects to the military.
On the arrival of the new interim president, Roberto Micheletti, law enforcement and used riot control equipment to disperse people who were blocking access.
Micheletti is meeting with the Chiefs of Staff, the President of the Congress and the courts to consider a probable extension of the state of emergency throughout the country.