Illegal alcohol kills more in Czech Republic - already 16 victims
Another eight victims of illegal alcohol died on Wednesday, 12 September 2012 in the Czech Republic. Alcohol is high in methanol killed in Moravia and Central Bohemia. During the w.
Victims and other vulnerable cases people have reported Hospital in Zlin, in Ostrava, Havířov and other places. One patient originally from Havířov died in hospital in Znojmo. In Zlin city (300 km from Prague) police bypasses the locality where they live socially weaker people and warns them before drinking alcohol of unknown origin.
In Zlin, South Slopes on the estate in one of the houses died sixty-one-year-old woman. Alcohol with methanol derived from trade in the house. The city police, therefore bypassing the neighborhood and people from socially lower strata and homeless explain why alcohol should avoid unknown origin.
Alcohol is a deadly proportion of methanol appeared in northern Moravia in the six-liter canisters labeled distillery Dragon of Chvalčov. Distillery owner, against accusations of poor sales of alcohol protested and even announced a reward 1 million for providing info that will lead to detection of the perpetrator.
The Government of the Czech Republic has banned the sale of alcohol across the board in kiosks and mobile environments.