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A major fire devours a 14-storey building in Valencia

A major fire devours a 14-storey building in Valencia

The total number of victims is not yet known.

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2 hours ago
By Minoto News

A major fire broke out in a 14-storey apartment building in the Campanar neighborhood, in the city of Valencia, Spain, this Thursday afternoon (22), which was “engulfed” by flames and smoke.

According to El Pais newspaper, the fire consumed the entire building, located between Maestro Rodrigo and Poeta Rafael Alberti Streets, within half an hour. It would have been built in the early 2000s.

The number of victims is not yet known. It is only known that firefighters were trying to rescue residents from balconies, and that a field hospital was being set up nearby, with support from the military emergency unit.

At least seven people have already been transferred to hospital units, including two firefighters and a minor.

In the video below, you can watch the moment two residents, presumed to be the father and his daughter, were rescued.

All the people who were trapped on the balcony of the Seventh Factory were finally rescued. Carmelo Vega, the firefighter, told us first hand about the operation. pic.twitter.com/L9vV8lkxZj

— Mas Valley TARDE (@MVTARDE) February 22, 2024

According to the Cadena Ser website, firefighters are at the scene and are working to extinguish the fire, which led to a large column of smoke rising. The ABC daily reported that buildings adjacent to the fire were ordered to be evacuated.

The fire broke out around 5:30 pm (1:30 pm in Brasilia).

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The head of the regional government of the Valencian Community, Carlos Mazzone, said he was “appalled” by the information about the fire. “We continue to update with great concern,” he said in a message on X (formerly Twitter).

We were horrified by the first information that reached us about the fire in Campanar. We follow the updates with great interest. https://t.co/Z5WZGjIC49

– Carlos Mazon (@carlos_mazon_) February 22, 2024

last minute | A massive fire affects in a few moments a building that was planted last month on Maestro Rodrigo Street in the Campanar neighborhood of Valencia. Watch the video ⬇️https://t.co/0O2d2FJNAY pic.twitter.com/oSn0SSKUWT

— Punt NTC (@apuntnoticias) February 22, 2024

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