Enormous fires at critical Cuban oil terminal

The World

In Cuba, a fire at a key oil terminal on the coast in Matanzas is out of control, causing explosions, injuring hundreds and killing a firefighter. The implications for Cuba's electric grid are also dire. Host Marco Werman interviews Michel Mirabal, a volunteer delivering food to the firefighters, about the situation on the ground.

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