Grenade Blast Kills One In Guyana


CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Thurs. Jan. 6, 2011: Police in Guyana were last night investigating the cause of a grenade explosion, that claimed one life and injured 19 others in the South American nation.

The explosion occurred at a mini-bus depot near the country`s Stabroek Market in the capital of Georgetown.

Police have so far refused to speculate on whether the explosion was an accident or a deliberate attack but eyewitnesses told the Associated Press that the blast rocked the busy streets around the market. Doctors who treated the injured said most had shrapnel wounds.


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