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Man fires and kills children in day care: see how to help

Man fires and kills children in day care: see how to help

On the morning of this Thursday (5), Damião Soares dos Santos, 50, set on fire at the Centro Municipal de Educação Infantil Gente Inocente, a nursery in Janaúba, Minas Gerais. He worked as a security officer there and had recently been fired. According to the city's prefecture, he entered a room, locked the door, threw alcohol on the children, his own body and set it on fire. The attacker was hospitalized, but died shortly thereafter.

The information is that there are already five dead so far, between children between the ages of two and four, as well as the aggressor himself. More than 40 people were treated by the Regional Hospital of Janaúba and 25 of them are hospitalized with burns of different degrees. Many of the patients are children between four and five years and staff. Aircraft of the government of Minas Gerais are being sent to the scene to help the most serious victims, to be transferred to the Hospital João XXIII, in the capital of Minas Gerais. Because of the situation, the city of Janauba, the Regional Hospital and the Fundajan Hospital ask for the help of everyone who can donate the following items: Procedure gloves, Dipirone injectable, Physiological serum, Sulfadiazine silver, 40x12 needle, 25x8 needle, Jelco 24, PVPI Topic, PVPI Degermant, Benzoin Tincture, Morphine, 20 and 10ml syringe, Central access venous catheter, Tramadol.

It is also possible to donate to the account of SOS Creche Criança Inocente, from Janaúba:

Bank: 001 CNPJ: 15.462.027 / 0001-73 BB Agency: 0935-0 CC: 600-9

The city also requires mineral water, children's clothing and bedding. Deliveries are being made at the Regional Hospital pharmacy. "All the help will be welcome, do not post or share photos, it only increases suffering, we will pray for all the victims and their families," Janaúba needs this support, "the city said in a statement.


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