The family from the house burned down by the Tenerife fire has already been relocated


He fire that since August has affected the island of Tenerife and which was reactivated in several outbreaks this week has left a family homeless. His home was destroyed by flames this Thursday.

It is the only damaged property, and it was located in the upper area of ​​the municipality of Santa Úrsula. 3,200 residents had already been preventively evicted: 3,000 of them from the La Corujera neighborhood, in Santa Úrsula, the rest, from Pino Alto, in La Orotava.

The president of the Island Council, Rosa Dávila, explained this Friday that the family that the fire has left homeless is already relocated and with its basic needs covered, including the transportation of the minor to the IES.

In addition, he added that, together with the Government of the Canary Islands, work is being done so that this family will soon have a home for rent in the municipality.

The rest of the evicted can now return to their homes (from 1:00 p.m. on Friday), by lowering the emergency level to 1. Within the burned area and near the perimeter there are many hot spots, but the Cabildo has reported that the extinguishing teams will be “very attentive” and will be reinforced because there is fire in the subsoil and at any moment it can come out and cause a stir.

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