Missionaries Accounted for After State of Emergency Declared in Chile

by | Oct. 21, 2019

Mormon Life

A state of emergency has been declared in parts of Chile following violent protests and looting.

Hundreds of people have been arrested and three people were found dead following a fire set at a supermarket in Santiago on Sunday.

The protests were sparked by an increase in subway fares. Authorities declared a state of emergency in five provinces and imposed a curfew to try to control the unrest.

Meanwhile, in West Jordan, Nichole Coombs has one thing on her mind.

“My son Carter is in the Santiago East mission,” she said.

Story by Tania Dean; lead image a screenshot from the video above.
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