Tucumán: Explosions on a square left a teenager wounded
September 28, 2012
Strange explosions in a square in San Miguel de Tucuman alarmed the population. A couple of banks suddenly exploded injuring a 14-year-old boy who was near.
The phenomenon occurred in the Independencia square and local newspapers explain, “The outbreak occurred because there was a conjunction between the gases emanating from trash was accumulated under the benches, heat and butane gas (which carry lighters)”.
The injured child was assisted by an ambulance Provincial Health System (SIPROSA) and some witnesses claimed to have seen “very bad”. “He was unconscious but with eyes open, in shock. The police came and took him off the debris,” said the witness.
Apparently banks exploded suddenly and who were near the scene said they were not even smoking.