The death toll from a fuel tanker explosion in the northern Haitian city of Cape Town has risen to 90.
This was reported by Agence France-Presse, citing local authorities.
It is noted that most of the injured are in critical condition.
The incident took place on December 14. According to the report, the fuel truck overturned on the road. Passers-by wanted to use it to refuel their cars. After that, there was an explosion.
Dozens of buildings near the area were damaged.
Haitian authorities have declared three days of national mourning in connection with the tragedy.