Ten people, including young children have been displaced after fire destroyed two adjacent homes in Swetes village Saturday afternoon.
No injuries have been reported.
A wooden home was razed to the ground while an adjacent concrete structure was extensively damaged.
The occupants say nothing has been salvaged.
Call 728-6373 to provide assistance to the affected families. Food donations are especially appreciated.
Meantime, two abandoned houses were destroyed by fire and another that was occupied sustained damaged around 2pm today in Booby Alley, Point,.
Fire Fighters responded.
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One way or another, people will have to leave Booby Alley.
Let’s try to believe that these fires in Pointe are coincidental.
The PM has a vision that is second to none. The close proximity of those houses in Booby alley is a recipe for disaster…… As we continue go through this drought, the atmosphere is not humid, so it will be easily created as a catylist, to fuel a fire.
SOME PEOPLE SAY THAT THE FIRES ARE DELIBERATELY SET!
THINK ABOUT IT!
WHO WANTS POOR PEOPLE TO MOVE OUT OF THE AREA, BY ANY MEANS POSSIBLE!
THINK ABOUT IT.
I am sure people want to mOve out of the area but where can they go. Most are poor and no housing available for poor people. It is a shame that the economic powerhouse cant provide proper paying jobs so people can have a decent life.
Serpant thinks they are deliberately set…what a waste.
It’s totally unbelievable that so many firetrucks are out of service in this economic powerhouse. This is at best the highest level of incompetence, or at worst, reprehensible skullduggery (if the rumors I’m hearing are true). Proper logistics of where firetrucks and ambulances are stationed needs to be done. There should always be a firetruck and an ambulance stationed in the most populous village of the other parishes. I get so upset every time I see an ambulance or firetruck trying to get out of St John’s in bumper to bumper traffic.
All this conspiracy, any witness of strange people in the neighborhood? Maybe Antigua has ninjas.
History repeats itself. Fibrey during the construction of the Nevis Street Pier and the Rehabilitation of the public market.
Now we have a refurbished port, new cruise berth and board walk. These Oasis Class Vessels are Monstrous! The optics are not good of the view when one of these ships are berthing. Think about that for a moment. What is the objective and who will benefit from redevelopment of that area.
After 23 years as the Representative of that constituency. Only now the Parliamentary Representative sees the need to redevelop the area in question. After all this time. Wow!!!!
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