At least 20 dead and 60 burned in central Mexico fuel pipeline explosion caused by gasoline thieves
Saturday, 19 January 2019 Gasoline thieves have been blamed for a huge fire that exploded at a pipeline leaking fuel in Tlahuelilpan, Hidalgo state, Mexico, on Friday, killing at least 21 and badly burning 71 others.
According to Reuters, a pipeline in central Mexico that was ruptured by suspected fuel thieves has exploded, resulting in the death of at least 66 people. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has been defending the army although it reportedly failed to clear the site before the explosion occurred....
A massive gasoline pipeline exploded in the northern town of Tlahuelilpan of Mexico City. According to Gizmodo, town authorities believe fuel thieves were behind the explosion. Residents crowded around..