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Spain: After the forest fire on the Costa Blanca: Germans are fighting for existence

Created: 8/26/2022, 8:31 am

Drei Personen stehen auf einem abgebrannten Grundstück vor verbrannten Bergen.
The German-Italian Agosta family is on the brink of collapse after the forest fire in the Costa Blanca hinterland. © Stefano Favilla

German residents are also affected by the forest fire in the hinterland of the Costa Blanca. A family lost all their belongings in Spain. The full story is in this article:

Vall d’Ebo – What remains are ash and destruction. The German-Italian Agosta family had to experience this firsthand. reports how the forest fire in the hinterland of the Costa Blanca destroyed their entire existence. A total of 12,150 hectares of land were destroyed in the fire that broke out on August 13 in the mountains of Spain. It was not until August 21st that the fire brigade had the fire under control.

A natural disaster that not only destroyed valuable nature in one of the most beautiful landscapes on the Costa Blanca, but also pushed people to their limits. 1,500 residents had to leave their homes temporarily. But even if most were able to return to their homes unharmed, the fire left its mark on everyone.

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