Fireworks disaster aftermath
TULTEPEC, Mexico - Mexican authorities are pledging to find out who's responsible for a deadly chain-reaction explosion at a fireworks market that left at least 29 people dead. It was the third such blast to ravage the market on the northern outskirts of Mexico's capital since 2005. Officials have not yet said what may have caused the explosions which also badly burned dozens of people.
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