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Al menos tres muertos por disturbios en Chile

(CNN Español) —  La intendenta de la Región Metropolitana, Karla Rubilar, confirmó que hubo fallecidos durante el toque de queda vigente en Santiago de Chile.

Según información preliminar, los tres muertos habrían fallecido en un incendio en un supermercado de la comuna de San Bernardo. Rubilar dijo que las autoridades “están recopilando mayores detalles”.

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Karla Rubilar compareció esta madrugada en rueda de prensa junto al ministro de Defensa de Chile, Alberto Espina, y el ministro del Interior, Andrés Chadwick en la sede del Comando de Operaciones del Ejército. El ministro Espina anunció que 1500 militares nuevos se sumarán a los ya 7941 cadetes que están actualmente en las calles de Santiago, Valparaíso y Concepción; ciudades que permanecen en toque de queda total hasta las 7:00 am del domingo, hora local.

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