At least three people died after a grocery store at the capital Santiago was set alight by demonstrators, while lots of flights to the town’s airport had been suspended as the team was not able to reach work, the town’s governor said on Sunday. Santiago and other Chilean cities are engulfed by many days of rioting as protests over an increase in public transport prices prompted President Sebastian Pinera to announce a state of emergency. Santiago governor Karla Rubilar verified that the three people died in a supermarket in the funding which was put on fire by demonstrators on Saturday.
“We regret to advise that based on preliminary information from police two individuals were found fatally burnt in San Bernardo and also a badly injured man had been moved to a hospital in which they died,” she explained at a tweet Sunday. She didn’t mention the supermarket. Flights worked by Chile’s most important airlines LATAM and yet another, Sky Airline, were suspended or postponed on Sunday morning following a curfew, a public transport shut down and lasted rioting left airport crews trying hard to reach work, Rubilar said. Crowds of impacted passengers were stranded in the airport because of a result.LATAM Chile realized that because of the public dictate its flights into and from Santiago were affected. “We shall continue to correct our itineraries of flights into and from Santiago on October 20 and 21,” the discussion stated, adding that passengers must test their flights before going to this airport. Walmart Chile verified that it would shut its stores throughout the nation after 60 were ruined in the unrest at Santiago and its environment, Valparaíso, Antofagasta, Calama, Concepción, San Antonio and Temuco.