[EN DIRECTE] Scientific police reduce the number of bodies found in the Campanar fire to nine

[EN DIRECTE] Scientific police reduce the number of bodies found in the Campanar fire to nine

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The Spanish Scientific Police reduced A we The bodies have been identified infire to rings to Valencia. Firstly, the representative of the Spanish Government, Pilar Bernabereported that during the first inspection of the building, firefighters found its location Ten bodiesWhich matches the missing ten. in the beginning, They spoke of fourteen people who could not be traced Throughout the morning they found four. At this time, firefighters continue to search the building and do not rule out finding more bodies under the rubble because there is still one person missing.

It all started when they were two Two residential complexes in the same complex, one with fourteen floors and one with ten floors, They started burning yesterday around 5.30pm. The fire broke out in one of the two blocks and immediately spread to the other. From the first minute the fire was very dangerous, and the wind fanned the fire It quickly spread throughout the building. There were very complicated moments, such as when firefighters had to rescue people who were waiting to be rescued on balconies surrounded by flames.

The affected blocks are located in between Calle del Mestre Rodrigo I General Aviles Street. Below are some pictures of the fire taken yesterday. The local police were able to enable A Victim Helpline: 690 167 830

The charred remains of the building in the bell tower (Photo: Andrew Esteban).

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The charred remains of the building in the bell tower (Photo: Andrew Esteban).

A firefighter works inside the charred building (Photo: Andrew Esteban).

Science police working inside the charred building (Photo: Andrew Esteban).

Firefighters collect the remains of the burning building (Photo: Andrew Esteban).

The remains of the building burned to the ground (Photo: Andrew Esteban).

You can follow all the information about the development of the fire below.

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