At noon in the afternoon afternoon, 160 hectare forests in the north of Villa Gesel, which had been completely flooded last night, and in the middle of the morning were protected as no casualties or damage to property. According to firefighters and police sources.
Mayor of Villa Geswell, Gustavo Berera, The fire said that the fire started in the weekend "It's already controlled" And commented "There are no vacancies" For the offender "Thanks to the great work of fireman, luckily it was possible to control over time", Retained sectarian head.
Berera explained that an accident occurred "About noon" This Saturday, so "Surely anyone who wanted to build a fire started a fire".
According to the first information, 16 of those days, the travelers who took advantage of the day on the beach were cautious about the dense column of smoke which can be seen in the north.
"Skills have not yet been completed, but in such cases, they are usually disappointing, sometimes people do not know what can happen when they start a fire"In this context the mayor said.
In addition, the President made it clear "There are no evacuated people" In the area
Fifteen voluntary firefighters from the towns of Villa Gesell, Pinnamar, Mar de Ajo, Madariga, on the north coast and Santa Clara del Mara participated in the operation; The other 6 firefighters of the Buenos Aires Police were added.
A total of 150 soldiers participated, in which two Fire Hydrences were equipped with National Fire Management Plan and six Bulldozers as well as One Fire Engines.
"In this, we work very sympathetically with the remaining municipalities that have helped us, because we are always available in similar cases"Thank you, Barrera.
For that time, the causes of the incident have not yet been established, although it is known that "few hectares were affected"
After all, the mayor celebrated a "good season" that has a spa party: "People are more limited in their costs but we have many tourists in Villa Gesveld and now we are going to the most important phase of summer, in the second half of January, we are becoming the second most important place on the Atlantic coast.".