BREAKING: Dead Bodies Literally EXPLODING In THIS City… Here’s The Reason Why

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS 

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Venezuela’s hospitals have no medicines or supplies for the living and absolutely no dignity for the dead.

Back on Oct, 5, an unbearable stench kept the doctors, patients and their families out of the Emergency Room of the Hospital Universitario Antonio Patricio de Alcalá (Huapa) in Cumana, a city with a population of 825,000 in eastern Venezuela.

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The toxic gases and odors coming from a decomposed body that had literally “exploded” in the morgue located right below rendered the emergency room completely unusable.

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The morgue, which needs to provide service to an entire state equivalent to the size of Connecticut, operates with extremely small amounts of formaldehyde which is the embalming chemical needed to preserve corpses. And the bodies are kept in filthy rooms which are far too warm to keep them from rapidly decomposing. In addition to that, stinking sewage water seeps into the room often.

As a result, autopsies are no longer able to be performed. So if there is a suspicious death, medical personnel are unable to determine how the person actually died.

Wonderful…

An employee who asked to remain anonymous said, “We get corpses up until two days after death occurred. Many times, when we receive the bodies, they are already in a state of putrefaction.”

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 at FOX reports that without adequate treatment, corpses fill with gas and internal organs inflame to the point that, indeed, they can explode. While it wasn’t the case this time, Haupa employees told Fox News Latino it did happen on several occasions this year.

In the Huapa morgue, doctors work in subhuman conditions. They have only one refrigerated chamber to store bodies coming from all over the state of Sucre. As for the freezing chamber, it was finished seven years ago by the Barrio Adentro government mission, but it broke down after just six months.

On top of this, running water is not always guaranteed, so autopsies have to be performed using water in buckets. The sewage is constantly overflowing because of the residues of corpses keep clogging the drain.

“The refrigerated chamber fits six bodies. On weekends, when the number of deaths increases, the bodies are left outside, at room temperature,” the employee said. “We don’t have Formaldehyde either, we currently have 1.3 gallons left for autopsies,” the morgue employee told FNL, adding that it is unclear when and if the hospital will get any more.

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The grim situation in Cumana is seen in almost every hospital in the country, even the top ones located in Caracas.

Pretty disgusting.

Glad I don’t live there.

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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