Sunday 26 September 2021

Fire destroys 10 houses in Alajuela precario

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HQ  – A fire completely destroyed 10 houses located in the precario (shantytown) Los Angeles, in San José de Alajuela.

Firefighters at the scene of the fire. Photo: Shirley Vásquez

The Fire Department mobilized five units to battle the flames, which spanned a total of 1,200 square meters.

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No personal injuries were reported, the Cruz Roja reported no one required a transfer to a medical facility.

Jeffrey Quesada, fire chief in Alajuela, said that the fire was reported around 5 pm and it was put quickly.

“There are 10 houses consumed in their entirety, 10 families,” said the official.

A neighbor in the area, named Urbina, told the press that the fire started with a candle. “We lost everything,” exclaimed her mother, who mentioned that she has three small children in her care.

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