Hot-Dog Stand Shooting In Venezuela


News Americas, CARACAS, Venezuela, Weds. April 6, 2011: A gunfight broke out at a hot-dog stand in Venezuela Monday, leaving seven injured.

Among the wounded were inspector Orangel Suarez Alcala of the Sebin intelligence service, policemen Alejandro Galeano Martinez, Rafael Serrano, the son of the vendor and three pedestrians.

The causes of the shootout are not known, but unconfirmed versions cited by the newspapers either say that the vendor put mustard on a hot dog or that the agents refused to pay.

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