The list of deaths due to the Tasajera tragedy continues to increase after the death of José Castillo Mejía and Kennin Gutiérrez Guerrero, who were injured after the explosion last Monday in Tasajera, was announced this Sunday.
Castillo Mejía and Gutiérrez Guerrero were treated at the Reina Catalina clinic in Barranquilla. With this case, there are already 12 patients who have died in the capital of the Atlantic
This death adds to five this Saturday, of which two were interned in Barranquilla, two in Valledupar and one in Bogotá, and the total balance of the incident is already 34.
Luis Manuel Marín Díaz, 17, and Keivis José Samper Ayala, 23, were in intensive care at the Athens Clinic in Barranquilla after suffering serious burns, but their lives were extinguished due to different failures in their bodies.
In addition, a 22-year-old man died at the Umhes Simón Bolivar in Bogotá. The patient was admitted in poor general conditions, presented multiple organ failure (cardiopulmonary and renal), SARS VOC 2 infection, according to a rapid test performed before his transfer. Already the High Complexity Clinic of the Caribbean, in Valledupar, had reported earlier this Saturday the death of another burned patient, who was identified as Deiner Alberto Samper Miranda, 38, who had 90% of the body surface compromised.
Deiner’s death in Valledupar occurred at 8:55 am this Saturday, in the medical center where he had been for five days, under medical care in the burn unit. At the closing of this edition, the death of Anyelo Pérez, 17, who died in the capital of Cesar was known. In Barranquilla, 10 of the 19 injured in the explosion have died, and they were taken to the city to receive care from a critical care unit in four health centers. In Baranoa, five other patients continue to be treated.
On the other hand, five of Tasajera’s wounded have died in Valledupar, out of a total of 13 that were sent from the area of the tragedy. Patricia Pérez, manager of the Caribbean High Complexity Clinic in Valledupar.
The list of deceased is as follows:
Deceased in Santa Marta:
Carlos Ariza, 18 years old.
Adolfo León Carranza, 19 years old.
Deivis Andrés Carranza Ariza, 23 years old
Gustavo Torres Maldonado, 23 years old,
Álvaro Ariza, 21 years old
Wilmar Antonio Pardo Ayala, 41 years old.
Carlos Camargo, 22 years old
Carlos Ortíz Barcelón.
Deceased in Barranquilla:
Galdino José Gutiérrez Gómez, 44 years old
Jhoiner Pacheco Viloria, 20 years old
Jose Luis Castillo Sánchez, 29 years old
James Alberto Carbonó Mendoza, 21 years old
José Domingo Gómez Manga
Juan Carlos Guerrero Viloria, 33 years old
Joiner Maldonado Franco, 20 years old
Adalberto Díaz Ortiz, 23 years old
Luis Manuel Marín Díaz, 17 years old.
Keivis José Samper Ayala, 23 years old.
Jose Castillo Mejía
Kennin Gutiérrez Guerrero
Deceased in transfer to Valledupar
Osnaider Álvarez, 26 years old.
Deceased in Valledupar
Deibis José Ayala Niebles, 24 years old
Deiner Alberto Samper Miranda, 38 years old
Jesús David Núñez Rodríguez, 21,
Deceased in Bogotá:
Nelson Zabala Montoya, 32
César Robles Orozco, 35 years old.
To this list are added the seven people who were burned near the truck at the time of the explosion.