In the new year, everything does not seem like a celebration. In the coming days, we also leave some black figures, for example, with fireworks accidents. For 2018-2019 celebrations, these types of accidents increased.
Coaniquem announced that the "National Stop Order 2018-2019" had been closed and that it was accompanied by the Chilean Carabineros and the Ministry of Health. The results are obtained through the National Cadastre of the Epidemiological Surveillance, whose objective is to register children's health by public and private health centers at a national level.
The catastrophe of January 6, 2016 and January 6, 2019 revealed a rise of 33% among children burned by fireworks and children between 4 and 14 years old.
"What worries us most of the 75% of the affected children were observers, and there were firearms manipulators, which demonstrates the risk of using dangerous elements, life and third-party risks that people who are not self-administered or supervised," said Roland Saavedra, Coaniquem Medical Managing Director.
By data region
In the 2018-2019 season, eight cases were registered, 50% of them in the Metropolitan Region, while in the other cases they were divided between the region of Antofagasta (12.5%) and Valparaíso (12.5%). %), Araucanía (12.5%) and Tarapacá (12.5%).
Colonel Fernando Bywaters, under the prefectory (S) Prefecture Weapons and Explosives under OS.11, "arrested, sold, used and purchased fireworks 97, and invaded almost 143,000 pyrotechnic items, was the region of Antofagasta." More notices (December 2018 6th – 6th January 2019).
- Affective children were between 4 and 14 years old.
- Eight cases were reported, five men and three women.
- Registered cases occurred from December 30 to January 1.
- They handled fireworks and were six observers.
- Children with material handling were hospitalized.
- Six episodes of burning, deep burning and burning were recorded.