Monday, 30 November 2020

Costa Rica’s Bomberos In Action!

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Costa Rica’s Bomberos (Fire Fighters) in action in Santa Ana Friday, when fire broke out in a 4.000 square metre factory.

Photo from Hoy, Canal 9 Facebook post.

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