At least two people died and more than a dozen others injured during a Navajo religious ceremony held over the weekend on a reserve in New Mexico, according to a report.
People on call were called to the scene on the Alamo Navajo Reservation at around 6:30 a.m. Sunday after a lady supposedly discovered two individuals lethargic on the floor of a conventional Navajo structure called a hogan, which looks like a log lodge, Christina Tsosie, a representative for the Navajo Police Department, told Albuquerque’s KOAT-TV.
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An open discharge had been copying inside the safe house during that time as a feature of a Navajo strict service that had started Saturday evening, Tsosie said. The crisis group in Socorro County, which is situated outside of Albuquerque, did mouth to mouth on the two people yet were not able resuscitate them, KOAT-TV detailed. Their reasons for death have not been formally discharged. Fourteen others were treated for smoke inward breath at the site.
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