In Honduras prison fire kills over 350 inmates
A massive fire killed more than 350 convicts most of them were trapped and screaming inside their cells. It was an overcrowded prison in Honduras which is a common problem in Latin America. It is world's deadliest prison fire in a century.
Nearly 500 people escaped with their lives from the prison and 356 are missing and presumed dead as rescuers desperately searched for keys. A convict was suspected of starting the blaze who had set fire to his bedding, and it spread in minutes. Angry relatives of the prisoners remonstrated with authorities and threw sticks at them.