Fire Service Responds to Spike in Fires Across Guyana.

Fire Service Responds to Spike in Fires Across Guyana.

Fire Service Responds to Spike in Fires Across Guyana.

The Guyana Fire Service has reported a notable increase in fire incidents across the country, responding to several cases over the past week, with five incidents occurring on a single day.

C Field Sophia Reserve Fire:
At 2:00 a.m., firefighters responded to a building on fire at C Field Sophia Reserve, Greater Georgetown. The one-flat wooden building under construction, owned by Isaiah Thomas, was destroyed. The fire was suspected to be maliciously set.

Concrete Street Leonora Car Fire:
At 9:20 a.m., firefighters from the Leonora Fire Station attended to a car on fire at Concrete Street, Leonora, West Coast Demerara. A black Nissan, owned by Lloyd Persaud, suffered damages to the entire engine and bonnet due to a ruptured fuel line.

Lot 66 Remus Agricola Fire:
At 12:50 p.m., the Eccles Fire Station responded to a house on fire at Lot 66 Remus Agricola, East Bank Demerara. The two-storey wooden and concrete building owned by Howard Samuels was destroyed due to an electrical circuit overload. Radiated heat affected nearby structures.

Lot 16 New Providence Fire:
At 2:20 p.m., the Eccles Fire Station team responded to a fire at Lot 16 New Providence, East Bank Demerara. A two-storey wooden and concrete building owned by Florence Ramsaroop was destroyed. The cause is under investigation.

Fire Service Responds to Spike in Fires Across Guyana

Lot 262 South Vryheid’s Lust Fire:
At 11:55 p.m., firefighters from Alberttown and Central fire stations responded to a fire at Lot 262 South Vryheid’s Lust, East Coast Demerara. A two-storey wooden and concrete building owned by Vanessa Lewis was destroyed due to an electrical circuit overload.

The Fire Service emphasizes the importance of fire safety and prevention. Citizens are urged to be vigilant and equip homes and businesses with smoke detectors, fire alarms, and fire extinguishers to avoid emergencies.

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