A fire that broke out on Sunday afternoon in a residential building in Aubervilliers, near
Paris, has seven seriously injured, including five children, less than a month after a disaster in which a mother and three children in the same city of Seine-Saint-Denis were killed.
Among these seven injured is a particularly affected woman and whose vital prognosis was recorded Sunday night, we learned from the Brigade of firefighters of Paris (BSPP). She had a heart attack but could be resuscitated, we learned from the prefecture. Four of the children were hospitalized in Garches (Hauts-de-Seine), the fifth in Necker, in Paris.
Sixteen people were somewhat affected, especially by the fumes, including ten police officers and a fireman came to the site to try to evacuate the residents according to an updated balance.
The second deadly fire in Aubervilliers in less than a month
The fire lasted about 7 pm under the eaves of a two-story building in this city of Seine-Saint-Denis and required the intervention of a hundred firefighters, said the prefecture . The origin of the incident remained unknown for the time being, according to the same source
This is the second deadly fire in Aubervilliers in less than a month. On 26 July a fire in a public housing in the municipality resulted in the death of a mother and her three children, while nine people were injured.
A 10-year-old boy suspected of provoking the sinister game with a lighter and a cloth in the building, has been charged in this case. Punishment not responsible because of his age, he was forced to a degree of distance from the municipality.