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Emergency Alert - High waves cause oil spill in Peru

Jan, 19 2022 at 12:46 AM (UTC)

Unusually high waves, attributed to the eruption of an undersea volcano in Tonga, caused an oil spill in Peru on Sunday. Authorities were able to get the spill under control in a matter of hours. According to the Peruvian Civil Defense Institute, the spill started when strong waves struck a ship that was loading oil into La Pampilla refinery. Government officials have not yet stated how many gallons of oil were spilled in the incident but did say there are ongoing efforts by local and federal authorities to clean up the coast. Authorities have also closed beaches in the area to the public since Sunday.

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Emergency Alert - Argentina power grids fail due to historic heatwave

Jan, 15 2022 at 12:56 AM (UTC)

A historic heatwave with temperatures up to 45C (113F) has hit Argentina and knocked out power grids around the country. More than 700,000 people in Buenos Aires have been left without power. Hot, dry air was pushed into the region by the Pacific Ocean’s La Nina weather pattern, causing the hottest day in the country since 1957. There has also been a lack of rainfall that has caused water levels in the Parana river to drop to an almost 80 year low. Electricity companies in Argentina have blamed the power cuts on a huge spike in energy demand caused by the heatwave. Cooler temperatures are expected to arrive on Sunday.

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Emergency Alert - Twelve killed in landslides in Brazil

Jan, 15 2022 at 12:54 AM (UTC)

At least 12 people in Brazil's Minas Gerais state have been killed in landslides this week, as the region was battered with heavy rainfall. Authorities are still monitoring dams that they believe could be at risk of breaking from the excess rain. In one instance, firefighters found five members from the same family buried on a hillside near the state capital, Belo Horizonte. Two hours away, in Sao Gonçalo do Rio Abaixo, a young girl was killed when the wall of her bedroom collapsed while she was sleeping. In Ervalia, a 20-year-old died when a bar collapsed. Details about the other five deaths weren't immediately available but reports indicate that three of them occurred in Caratinga. At least 145 municipalities have been in a state of emergency due to flooding, with 17,000 people forced to leave their homes.

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Emergency Alert - Massive fire leaves 400 people in Chile homeless

Jan, 15 2022 at 12:53 AM (UTC)

At least 400 undocumented migrants have been left homeless after a massive fire ripped through Laguna Verde, a shantytown in Iquique City, Chile. Laguna Verde is located near the border with Peru and Bolivia and is usually the first place that migrants settle temporarily before they move to other cities or try to regularize their migration status. The settlement's overcrowded condition, narrow passages and lack of water network made it difficult to extinguish the flames. Authorities believe that there were no fatalities during the incident and have ruled out the possibility that the fire was set intentionally. They have opened up at least two schools to temporarily shelter those who lost their homes. Tarapaca Region Presidential Delegate, Miguel Quezada, said that authorities will also set up a social safety net to ensure that the victims can normalize their migration status and receive food donations while the houses are being rebuilt.

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Emergency Alert - Seven killed in multiple attacks in Guanajuato

Jan, 12 2022 at 01:50 AM (UTC)

At least seven people are dead and several others were injured after a string of attacks in Guanajuato state, Mexico. Two men and two women were killed at about 7 a.m. after armed men entered a property near Acámbaro. Later, at around 9 p.m., two men and a woman were killed inside a residence in the center of Irapuato. In another incident, six people were wounded at a wedding when four gunmen entered the event venue and opened fire. Five of the victims sustained injuries to their legs and feet while the sixth was struck in the lower back and side of the head. Guanajuato is expected to be named the state with the most homicides for the fourth consecutive year, pending data from December. The state recorded 3,239 homicides between January and November.

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Emergency Alert - At least ten dead after cliff collapses onto boats in Brazil

Jan, 11 2022 at 12:40 AM (UTC)

At least ten people have been killed and another 32 are injured after a portion of a cliff collapsed and fell onto leisure boats on a Brazilian lake. Three vessels were struck by falling rock. Initial reports stated that 20 people were missing but most of them were accounted for after checking hospital records. The collapse occurred at about 11 a.m. local time in Minas Gerais state. According to fire officials, the accident occurred after days of rain in the state, which had made the cliff face more susceptible to collapse. Out of the 32 injured, nine people are still being treated at the hospital. Authorities are currently working to identify the deceased.

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Emergency Alert - At least 75 dead after tanker explosion in Haiti

Dec, 18 2021 at 12:27 AM (UTC)

At least 75 people are dead and dozens others are injured after a gasoline tanker overturned and exploded in northern Haiti. The explosion unleashed a fireball that engulfed homes and businesses in the vicinity. The blast occurred shortly after midnight in Cap-Haitien, the country's second largest city. Reports indicate that the tanker was trying to avoid an oncoming motorcycle when it flipped. Onlookers then rushed to the scene with buckets to scoop up the valuable gasoline that was spilling out of the tanker before it detonated from coming in contact with a pile of smoldering trash. Hospitals in the area are struggling to treat the injured due to insufficient staffing and medical equipment. Some of the burn victims are now being treated by teams from Doctors Without Borders.

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Twelve remaining hostages in Haiti released

Dec, 17 2021 at 02:51 AM (UTC)

According to Haiti's Justice Minister, Berto Dorcé, the twelve remaining missionaries that were kidnapped by armed gang members in the country have been released. Seventeen missionaries representing Christian Aid Ministries (CAM), including 16 Americans and one Canadian, were kidnapped on October 16. The attack occurred while they were driving through Croix des Bouquets, just outside of the capital city Port-au-Prince. Two of the hostages were released on November 21 and three more were released two weeks later. According to a source in Haiti's security forces, the captives were released at about 5 am ET and dropped off at a police station, where they were found by locals. The gang members had originally demanded a ransom of $1 million per hostage but according to the source, the ransom was not paid by the US government and was far less than $1 million per hostage. The exact amount of money that was paid is not known. The freed hostages are now undergoing medical examinations.

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Emergency Alert - Three killed in bombings at Colombia airport

Dec, 17 2021 at 02:50 AM (UTC)

Two police officers and a suspected attacker have been killed in bomb blasts at an airport in the city of Cucuta near Colombia's Venezuelan border. The suspected attacker managed to gain access to the runway by crossing a wire fence at the Camilo Daza International Airport. Colombian Defense Minister Diego Molano described it as an act of terrorism and suggested the attack may have been carried out by Colombian rebels based in Venezuela. The first blast occurred at 5 a.m. local time, when a man carrying explosives tried to climb over a fence into the runway and accidentally detonated the explosives. The man was killed instantly. About an hour later, explosives experts found a suspicious suitcase that exploded, killing two police officers.

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Emergency Alert - Seven killed in gun battle near Mexico state highway

Dec, 15 2021 at 01:34 AM (UTC)

Seven bodies have been found on a road near the Amanalco-Valle de Bravo highway in México state; all of the victims had died from gunshot wounds. The deceased were found in the community of San Lucas, about 70 kilometers from the state capital, Toluca. Residents in the area said that an intense gun battle had broken out in the area earlier in the day. Five of the victims were found beside a Nissan sedan, the sixth was inside the vehicle and the seventh was found in a nearby ravine. Mexico experienced its two most violent years in 2019 and 2020, with 34,690 and 34,558 murders occurring each year, respectively.

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