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Forest fire in the Cañada de la Leña hamlet district (02/07/2020)

At 12:37 pm on Thursday, July 2, there was a fire attack on a rural road in the Cañada de la Leña hamlet near some houses under construction.

This has been suffocated by the CEIS firefighters belonging to the Abanilla Park.Subsequently, at 18:11, the Abanilla Civil Protection mobile forest surveillance couple, assigned to the Infomur 2020 Plan, received a new notice from the 112 Emergency Coordination Center of the Region of Murcia (CECOP) indicating that they were approaching to verify the existence of several smoke columns in forest land near Cañada de la Leña.

Upon arrival at the place, the volunteers have confirmed the existence of a fire in the same area of ??the outbreak that developed during the morning.

This has been quickly spread to forest mass, fueled by the wind that blew in the area.

Members of the Infomur 2020 Plan have immediately moved to the area, including three forest brigades, two rapid intervention brigades,a crew of CEIS firefighters belonging to the Abanilla Park, five environmental agents, a Local Police patrol and a Civil Guard patrol, and eight Abanilla Civil Protection volunteers with two vehicles.

A Sewer-based helicopter with a heli-transported Brigade, a Pila-based helicopter with a heli-transported Brigade and a forest surveillance aircraft (ACOVI) have also intervened.

Similarly, Iberdrola staff had to cut the power line in the area in order to guarantee the safety of the participants.A Sewer-based helicopter with a heli-transported Brigade, a Pila-based helicopter with a heli-transported Brigade and a forest surveillance aircraft (ACOVI) have also intervened.

Similarly, Iberdrola staff had to cut the power line in the area in order to guarantee the safety of the participants.A Sewer-based helicopter with a heli-transported Brigade, a Pila-based helicopter with a heli-transported Brigade and a forest surveillance aircraft (ACOVI) have also intervened.

Similarly, Iberdrola staff had to cut the power line in the area in order to guarantee the safety of the participants.A total of fifty troops have worked in the area to put out the fire, which has been stabilized at 8:30 p.m., the majority of the troops retiring at 11:30 p.m.

and an environmental agent and forest brigade members remain, refreshing the area throughout the period.

night.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Abanilla

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