By Alex Glenn • 30 August 2021 • 11:24
Blaze hits six vehicles and five homes in Velez-Malaga Credit: Pixabay
Blaze hits six vehicles and five homes in Spain’s Velez-Malaga.
A shocking blaze hit five homes and six vehicles early on Monday morning, August 30. Emergency services were alerted over 30 times to the blaze by locals in the area.
Luckily though no one has been injured in the fire. According to the emergency services 112 Andalucia, attached to the Ministry of the Presidency, Public Administration and Interior of the Board, the fire broke out at shortly before 1 AM this morning. Over 30 people alerted the coordination centre to the blaze, and said that several cars were on fire in the Plaza San Juan de Dios.
Officers from the Malaga Provincial Fire Brigade rushed scene of the fire where they discovered that six vehicles had been affected. They also found that the fronts of five houses had been partially hit by the fire.
The fire brigade worked with officers from the National police, local police and the Junta the Andalucia’s health services to ensure that everybody was safe. Luckily according to reports nobody was injured in the fire.
In other news, two-year-old girl allegedly abducted and taken to Spain safely returns to UK, according to the police.
In a fortunate turn of events the two-year-old girl who was believed to have been abducted from Lancaster and taken to Spain’s Alicante, has been returned safely to the UK. According to Lancashire police the child was taken to Glasgow airport on Wednesday and boarded a plane heading for Alicante. She was said to have arrived in Spain later the same day.
Police are now able to confirm that Gracie-May was successfully collected by police officers on Sunday at Manchester airport.
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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