Young woman’s death raises Colectiv fire toll to 32

A 28 year-old woman wounded in the Friday night fire in Bucharest’s Colectiv Club died on Tuesday morning at the St. Pantelimon Hospital in Bucharest, hospital manager Gheorghe Popescu announced.

“A girl aged 28 died this morning at 5 o’clock. She had burns on 50 percent of the body and on the respiratory tract, which was completely burned. She was one of the patients in critical condition,” Popescu mentioned.

This raises to 32 the number of deaths following the fire. More than 130 victims, including some in critical or serious conditions, are still under treatment in several hospitals in Bucharest.

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