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People sift through debris after a fuel truck exploded killing dozens of people amid reports that nearby residents had attempted to take fuel from the vehicle before it exploded, in Cap Haitien, Haiti December 15, 2021. REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Healthcare personnel treat people who were injured when a fuel truck exploded in a neighbourhood during the night, in Cap Haitien, Haiti December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Haiti’s Prime Minister Ariel Henry talks to a person who was injured in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A woman holds a drip next to a person injured when a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A nurse holds a drip next to a person injured when a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
The remains of a fuel truck and burnt houses are seen after the truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Samuel Volcy
Charred debris is pictured after a fuel truck exploded killing dozens of people Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A police officer looks at a person who was injured when a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
People watch as firefighters and police officers recover the bodies of victims and assess damages after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Samuel Volcy
Emergency workers transport human remains found after a fuel truck exploded killing dozens of people in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Haiti’s Prime Minister Ariel Henry reacts as he visits people who were injured when a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Houses that were destroyed after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Samuel Volcy
Emergency workers transport human remains found after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A crowd gathers as emergency workers secure human remains found after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Emergency workers wrap up human remains found after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
An emergency worker stands in front of human remains found after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Police and firefighters wrap up the bodies of people who were killed after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Samuel Volcy
Police and firefighters cover up the bodies of people who were killed after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021. REUTERS/Samuel Volcy
Emergency personnel move human remains found after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A man in a borrowed fireman’s helmet takes belongings out of a building after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
People stand next to damaged houses after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
People look into a burnt car for scrap metal after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
People point to the remains of a person covered by debris, who was killed after a fuel truck exploded, in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
People pick up scrap metal after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Medical personnel attends to the injured after a fuel truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Samuel Volcy
A burnt fuel truck lies overturned next to a destroyed house after the truck exploded in Cap Haitien, Haiti, December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Samuel Volcy
People stand amidst the remains of burnt motorcycles and poor dwellings that were destroyed when a fuel truck exploded in the neighbourhood killing dozens of people, in Cap Haitien, Haiti December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
People stand in the door and on the balcony of a house that was affected when a fuel truck exploded in the neighbourhood killing dozens of people, in Cap Haitien, Haiti December 14, 2021.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
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