Puerto Montt

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Puer•to Montt

(ˈpwɛr toʊ ˈmɔnt)
a city in S Chile. 113,488.
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Summary: Puerto Montt [Chile], Apr 17 (ANI): A plane belonging to the air company Archipielagos crashed into a house here on Tuesday (local time), killing all six people on board, according to the Chilean civil aviation.
Authorities evacuated 4,000 people and they closed access to the area, near the cities of Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt. LATAM airlines cancelled flights to and from Puerto Montt because ash can severely damage jet engines.
Analysis of clinical isolates of Vibrio parahaemolyticus from outbreaks in Chile in the cities of Puerto Montt in 2004 and Antofagasta in 1998 indicated that 23 of 24 isolates from Puerto Montt and 19 of 20 from Antofagasta belonged to the pandemic clonal complex that emerged in Southeast Asia in 1996.
Como un ciudadano preocupado de Puerto Montt que ve como la contaminacion del agua sigue aumentando, encontre muy interesante su articulo sobre la industria salmonera de Chile (Ojo con el pescado, diciembre de 2001).
In 1985, Mainstream Salmones was among the first of companies to stake a claim to the coastal waters of Puerto Montt, Chiloe, Chaiten and the unnamed inlets and fjords where South America points toward Antarctica.
AFTER 15 YEARS OF LIVING IN BALMY Miami, aeronautical engineer and Chilean native Felix Oyarzo was ready to return home to Puerto Montt, his hometown.