LIMA: Hundreds of villagers have fallen ill from mysterious gases that spewed from a crater after a meteorite landed in south-eastern
Peru, but no radiation has been detected, officials say.
Scores of residents of the farming village of Carancas began vomiting and complaining of headaches and dizziness after the meteor struck the area on
Saturday, creating a crater eight metres deep and 20 metres wide.
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