bucharest - The number of people Friday night by a fire in a nightclub Romanian lost his life continues on. Monday, an unknown man died in hospital of his wounds, bringing the death toll at 31.
That said Deputy Prime Minister Gabriel Oprea to Interfax news agency. The fire that started during a rock concert in the capital club in Bucharest were nearly two hundred people injured.
Slightly fewer than 140 casualties were Monday still in the hospital, of whom more than half of them in critical condition. Hundreds of people gathered on Monday outside nightclub Colectiv with candles and flowers in memory of the victims. Thousands held Sunday in a memorial procession.
The club quickly burned off as an arrow with non- fireproof isloatieschuim flew by fireworks fire. The fire then quickly spread to the ceiling, which led to a rush to the exit by the approximately four hundred present visitors.
Romanian prosecutors Monday started a criminal investigation against the three owners of the establishment. The fire that destroyed the nightclub in the shaft, is one of the worst disasters in decades in Romania. It has the confidence of many Romanians in front of the safety of buildings and the way local authorities deal further with permits and licenses.