Fires in Greece, the tales chilling of the survivors and rescuers
Chilling tale one of the survivors of the fires that have devastated a piece of 20 kilometers of Greece. Not only that, even the rescuers have released some of the testimonies really dramatic. When it happened in the night between Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 July, has shaken a bit’ all over the world. According to the latest news, the survivors will tell you that the only escape was overboard. But unfortunately, you rely more and more victims. We are talking about more than 70 dead and 600 wounded, including children and adults.
The small village of Mati does not exist anymore, because of the fires that have devastated a part of Greece, in the night between Monday and Tuesday. You speak of cars and trees burned, homes destroyed, but also many of the bodies. The small town in the region of Rafina, in Attica, is the most affected area and also the one that has the most victims, death in the home or in the car. A survivor, Lefteris Stoukogeorgos, it is considered lucky as it is one of those people who has managed not to lose his life during the fire. “Not only because it's hard to breathe, but also because it is impossible to keep your eyes open,” the man revealed, speaking of the smoke that has enveloped what remained. Also Kostas Laganos can tell me about the nightmare he had lived through: “Thanks to the sea, the only escape while the flames there burned the back”.
The rescuers found themselves in front of the scenes heart-rending. In particular, to overthrow all the world are the stories about those bodies found each other. In an attempt to protect them from the flames, some of the mothers have decided to tighten up their children in his arms. Lefteris explains that there are still many volunteers who are trying to understand if there is still something that can be saved. The man confesses that, “in that hell is impossible for people to orient themselves, and then escape. There are many people who have tried to save themselves by fleeing to the beaches and jumping in the sea. Others, however, have found themselves in front of the cliff that has hemmed them in, giving them no chance of escape. Among the rescuers, Vassilis Andriopoulos describes what can be seen by defining the incident as “gruesome as that of Pompeii.”
The survivors who arrive in the emergency room are terrified and desperate. Andrea Piskopakis, the physician of the hospital Kat, to the north of Athens, reveals that survivors “ask for help, tell how they managed to escape leaving behind their home completely destroyed.” Several people are = in the icu at the moment. Kostas now tells the story of his escape in front of the cameras of the Bbc, revealing that he was being thrown into the water to save himself. But not all people that you are thrown into the water survived. There are five bodies of the drowned victims recovered from the sea.
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