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out posters of the missing. praying for miracles. juan carlos saldana didn't run away but rather towards the explosions to help his family. tonight 8-year-old oscar, 15-year-old juan anton and 50-year-old ar maddo are still missing. he's saying that he hopes that somehow it's possible that they survived. at least 32 are dead, 59 wounded, the youngest victim only three months old. this flea market is the major industry in tultepec, but not without problems. in 2005, and again in 2006, other major explosions. the government here says since then, new safety measures had been put in place. but clearly not enough to prevent another tragedy. tonight three children severely injured in the explosions are headed to the burn unit at the had viners hospital in gavel texas, this as a dozen other people hoar are unaccounted for. >> kerry sanders, thank you. >>> another fiery scene at home where an explosion rocked a neighborhood in columbus, ohio. workers had only moments to flee a pizza shop before a gas line rupture ignited into a ball of flames destroying the building. we get the terrifyin
for. among them 8-year-old oscar, 15-year-old juan antonio, and 50-year-old armala. juan carlos saldana is clinging to fading hope. >> we have the hope and it's the most we can do is hold on to hope. >> reporter: when asked who does he blame, this man says it's as if a plane fell from the sky or a factory blew up, it's exactly the same. it's an accident. but it's not the first accident at this market. there were similar explosions in 2005 and again in 2006. one of those earlier accidents killed christina ortega's brother and left her mother without arms. still ortega says they must rebuild. why would you want to do this again? she says "because we depend on this. 80% of the population of this town works in pyrotechnics. we don't have another form of income, another form of employment." but the focus right now is on finding the missing. devastated family members say they want answers, even if it turns out their missing loved ones have died. kerry sanders, nbc news, mexico city. >>> a new report shows more americans than ever are being diagnosed with knemelanoma. researchers say d
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