Thursday, January 1, 2015

La tragedia di Shanghai

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CINA - Incredibile fine anno con morti e feriti

Tragedia di Capodanno a Shanghai, in Cina, dove almeno 35 persone, in maggioranza giovani intorno ai 20 anni, sono morte in una ressa durante il conto alla rovescia per l'arrivo del 2015. Secondo le prime ricostruzioni dei media cinesi, a provocare il massacro sarebbe stato il lancio di false banconote in dollari dal terzo piano di un edificio che si affaccia sul Bund, il lungofiume sul quale circa 300mila persone si erano affollate per celebrare l'arrivo del nuovo anno e assistere ai fuochi d'artificio. I feriti ricoverati in ospedale sono una quarantina.

Thirty-six people have been killed in a stampede at a New Year's event in Shanghai, city officials have said. A statement from the Shanghai government confirmed another 43 people were injured in the chaos. The stampede happened at the city's riverfront Bund area, which is usually jammed with spectators for major events, at 11.35pm (local time), according to the Xinhua news agency.
INC News, 01/01/2015