Honduran Prison Fire
From Huffington Post: Prison Fire in Comayagua, Honduras
A fire started by an inmate tore through the prison Tuesday night, burning and suffocating screaming men in their locked cells as rescuers desperately searched for keys. Officials confirmed 358 dead, making it the world's deadliest prison fire in a century.
Survivors told horrific tales of climbing walls to break the sheet metal roofing and escape, only to see prisoners in other cell blocks being burned alive. Inmates were found stuck to the roofing, their bodies fused to the metal.
From the time firefighters received a call at 10:59 p.m. local time, the rescue was marred by human error and conditions that made the prison ripe for catastrophe.
According to the report, obtained exclusively by the AP, on any given day there were about 800 inmates in a facility built for 500. There were only 51 guards by day and just 12 at night – the case at the time of the fire.
The GCP event was set for 6 hours beginning at 11 pm local time in Honduras (05:00 - 11:00 UTC Feb 15). The result is Chisquare 21757.060 on 21600.000 for p = 0.225 and Z = 0.757.
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