Greek firefighters wrestle with a forest fire, which erupted on the west of the Peloponnese peninsula on Monday and soon threatened one of the villages there.
However, no damage to buildings or damage to buildings has occurred yet, reported AP Monday.
A fire broke at the village of Dafniotissa near Amaliada, according to the local fire department try to extinguish more than 80 firefighters, three firefighters and three helicopters.
Greece is currently spamming the most tragic forest fire in recent decades, who met Mati on July 23 east of Athens and he claimed 96 victims for life.
Despite frequent arson costs can be negligent for most fires here, AP approach. She added that the police held a Greek suspect on Monday who had been unintentionally set on fire in one of the fields on Crete.