Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Spain sent an aide plane to Equatorial Guinea on Tuesday as the search for victims of a series of explosions continued for a third day. Flight carrying medicines and medical supplies worth up to €60,000 is scheduled to arrive in the former Spanish colony on Wednesday, the Foreign Ministry said. Spanish government is responding to a call for international support from President Teodoro Obiang gamer who visited the site of the deadly blasts on Tuesday. He says the explosions at a military barracks in batter have damaged nearly every building in the coastal city, which has a population of nearly 250,000, and he's blamed negligence in the handling of dynamite. The government says at least 98 people have been killed and 615 injured.