A hearth has damaged out at a refugee camp on the Greek island of Samos, simply three days after the area hit by a devastating earthquake.
Round fifteen tents had been destroyed within the blaze, in response to a statement by Greece”s Ministry of Migration and Asylum.
Authorities have no idea what prompted the fireplace, which broke out on the Samos Well being Centre early on Monday morning.
Residents instantly evacuated the tents, as round twenty firefighters introduced the incident underneath management in a number of hours.
There have been no experiences of any accidents. It is estimated that round 4,200 persons are sheltered within the Samos refugee camp.
The Basic Secretary for the Reception of Asylum Seekers, Manos Logothetis, has travelled to the scene.
In September two arson assaults hit the Samos camp, whereas a blaze additionally swept through Greece’s notoriously overcrowded refugee camp on the island of Lesbos.
In the meantime, on Friday, a 6.6-magnitude earthquake in the Aegean Sea flooded Samos in a mini “tsunami”.
Greece’s Particular Division for Medical Catastrophe (ETIK) confirmed that two kids had died after a constructing wall collapsed within the city of Vathi.