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Officials say they are hastening to construct another morgue facility to handle the overflow of unclaimed bodies from the homicide epidemic. But residents near the planned new site have objected, delaying the project. Many questions remain about the case of the “rolling morgue,” as it has also been called on social media. It is still unclear who ordered the semi-trailer to leave the morgue grounds, and why it was parked and seemingly abandoned in at least two towns. Media accounts have said the truck contained 157 bodies, all homicide victims. But authorities have not clarified exactly how many corpses are inside — and when and how the people perished. Why the bodies have gone unclaimed is another mystery. Officials have taken fingerprints, DNA samples and photographs of each of the deceased individuals, according to Roberto Lopez Lara, the Jalisco state general secretary. “We plan to investigate because this is outrageous,” Lopez told a radio interviewer. “These are people, these are bodies.” Jalisco, like much of Mexico, is experiencing a major increase in violence. During January-July this year, authorities reported 1,037 homicides — an increase of more than 43% compared with the same period last year.
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