Ten killed in fires this year, 227 homeless
Ten persons have been killed so far in fires this year and 227 left homeless.
In a message to mark fire prevention week, Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee said the Guyana Fire Service is undergoing a continuous expansion programme and will soon benefit from more tenders and water tankers
Rohee said to date 10 persons including five children have died as a result of fires while 227 persons have been left homeless. Eighty-seven buildings were ravaged and 23 others severely damaged. These fires were caused by unsafe practices including children being left unattended, unsafe use of electricity, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.