Sunday 26 September 2021

Guanacaste On Fire! Bomberos Attend 400 Brush Fires A Week

The drought and strong winds increase the risk of fire. So far this year there have been more than 7,000 brush fires throughout the country

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The number of brush fires (incidencias charrales in Spanish) is on the increase and has become worrisome for the Bomberos de Costa Rica (Fire Department).

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Unfortunately, Guanacaste reports one of the largest brush fire incidents and burns of garbage, with an estimated on average, some 400 emergencies a week.

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The attention is even more complex due to the high temperatures reported in the province, ranging between 32 and 36 degrees Celsius every day.

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Brush fires occur throughout the country, so far this year have more than 7,000 fires attended to by the Bomberos.

Authorities reiterate the call to avoid burns.

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