Transporter burned in the confrontation in San Ramón is hospitalized and his family asks to find the authors

Transporter burned in the confrontation in San Ramón is hospitalized and his family asks to find the authors

August 5, 2022, 10:48 PM

August 5, 2022, 10:48 PM

The carrier Armando Flores, 48, is admitted to the municipal hospital of San Ramón, after a group of peasants blocking the highway set it on fire during the conflict that took place this morning.

His relatives, friends and the residents of San Ramón themselves demand to find the perpetrators of this act, to whom classified as “attempted murder”. “Unfortunately, a neighbor of our municipality was attacked; this is a criminal attack because they sprayed gasoline on it in the back and they set it on fire,” said a community member who witnessed the event.

The neighbor reported that this Friday morning the living of San Ramón gathered to unblock the highway that connects his municipality with Trinidad and Santa Cruz, because food began to be scarce and there was no fuel.

Thus, there was a confrontation between both sides, those who were in favor of the pressure measure that requires the titling of public lands and those who asked that the route be expedited. Several people were injured, but Armando Flores was the most affected because He suffered first and second degree burns.

Reinaldo Encinas, president of the San Ramón transport block, informed EL DEBER that his colleague is stable, but said he should remain under observation medical care until you fully recover and can be discharged.

He pointed out that this Saturday leaders of the transport sector will visit Armando Flores in the municipal hospital of San Ramón and they will analyze the measures to be taken to demand that those responsible for the act be captured.

This afternoon, the community members of the area and the relatives of the wounded man arrived at the police station of San Ramón and filed a complaint for the crime of attempted homicide, serious and minor injuries.

For his part, Fernando Velasco, Secretary of Citizen Security of the Ñunflo de Chávez province, commented to EL DEBER that after the confrontation between community members and peasants the road to Beni was cleared.

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