Fire damaged house of a Canadian in La Paz



Yesterday at sunset the city's fire department, in addition to volunteers from other emergency corporations, responded to a call from residents of El Centenario who reported that a conflagration had started in two homes, where flames were consuming several palm trees.

The strong wind began to spread the flames, so a larger area had to be isolated and beaten by the wind on 1st Street and the Transpeninsular highway.

The blaze started in the house of Mr. Santiago Amador and from there it spread to the house of his neighbor named Bryan Carl of Canadian nationality, who had a palapa and a service room set on fire.

The firemen managed to control the flames at approximately ten o'clock at night. Fortunately, there were no injuries and only property damage.

An investigation was opened to find out what started the fire.










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