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Dolls representing the 29 victims of a fire at government-run children's shelter in San Jose Pinula, east of Guatemala City, are seen amid a pile of carbon as part of a demonstration named "Guatemala is Not a Safe Place" and performed by artists of the group Project 44 in front of the presidential house in the Guatemalan capital on March 9, 2017.
Medical officials on Thursday raised the toll of girls killed in a fire at a children's shelter in Guatemala to 29 after seven more died from their burns overnight. More than 30 were injured.
 / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Dolls representing the 29 victims of a fire at government-run children's shelter in San Jose Pinula, east of Guatemala City, are seen amid a pile of carbon as part of a demonstration named "Guatemala is Not a Safe Place" and performed by artists of the group Project 44 in front of the presidential house in the Guatemalan capital on March 9, 2017.
Medical officials on Thursday raised the toll of girls killed in a fire at a children's shelter in Guatemala to 29 after seven more died from their burns overnight. More than 30 were injured.
 / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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Esperan más decesos de jovencitas del incendio en albergue de Guatemala

Sigue incrementándose el número de adolescentes muertas tras el incendio en una casa hogar de Guatemala. El doctor Carlos Soto del Hospital Roosevelt dice que se espera una "alta mortalidad de los pacientes" por su "gravedad extrema".