Sixty eight people have died in a blaze that engulfed a jail in the Venezuelan city of Valencia, according to the country’s head prosecutor. The fire was at a police command and detention center, according to a tweet from head prosecutor Tarek William Saab’s official account. Saab said,”We have appointed four prosecutors to clarify these dramatic events,. We will deepen the investigations to immediately clarify these painful events that has dozens of Venezuelan families in mourning”. As news filtered out, angry family members seeking information clashed with police and pushed against a barricade, prompting officers to shoot tear gas at the crowd, according to local media reports.
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