13 people have died of suffocation in Lima, the capital of Peru, after the eviction of a clandestine nightclub that failed to comply with the security measures imposed by the Alpine country to try to stop the coronavirus. Peru has imposed a night curfew to try to stop the spread of the pandemic.
The country’s Interior Ministry explained the terrible event in its official Twitter account: “On August 22 at 9:00 p.m., the National Police She was alerted that a clandestine party was taking place in the crazy Thomas Restobar in which some 13 people were present. As a result of the eviction of the party, some 13 people have died who have not yet been identified. “
Upon arrival of the Policeman, many people tried to escape through a single door, so they were trapped causing crushing and more than a dozen people lost their way. A tragic event that has shocked the country and for which a total of 23 people have been arrested.