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10:58

Local

Only one in ten forest fire inquiries results in a conviction

JUAN CANO

...disaster like the Sierra Bermeja fire, he said, "Whoever sets fire to the forest is used to taking precautions to avoid being found out." The statistics prove the difficulty of the task. In 2019, 10,883 forest fires were registered in Spain. That same

19:27

Local

Sierra Bermeja officially declared an area 'seriously affected by a civil protection emergency'

SUR

Spain's Cabinet has agreed, at its meeting this Tuesday (21 September), to declare the areas affected by the Sierra Bemeja forest fire as a zone seriously affected by a civil protection emergency (ZAEPC). The president of the Junta de Andalucía, ... Juanma Moreno, had requested this help from central government last Friday, during his visit to the affected area. The fire destroyed almost 10,000 hectares and damaged a total of 54 agricultural and livestock farms (160 hectares, of which 90 per cent ... terrible fire.”

18:24

Local

The Sierra Bermeja fire will increase the risk of flooding on the Costa del Sol, warns expert

EUROPA PRESS

The huge Sierra Bermeja fire, that burned for six days before being declared 'controlled', will 'seriously' increase the possibility of flooding in Estepona and on the western Costa del Sol strip in the coming years. That is the claim of Antonio ... Antonio Gallegos, professor and researcher in the Department of Geography at the University of Malaga, the fire will mean that during the next year some 1,320,000 tonnes of soil will be lost in the municipalities of Estepona, Jubrique and Genalguacil. This ... is almost twice the potential loss of soils under normal conditions, he explains. For the Malaga province, as a whole, it will mean an increase in soil losses of two per cent. “This is probably the most serious consequence after the fire, because

08:45

Local

Sierra Bermeja fire under control

Juan cano

More rain has fallen through the night than expected, allowing the Sierra Bermeja fire to be controlled this Tuesday morning, 14 September. This was announced by the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, in a tweet just before 7am, ... flames. On Monday evening residents from five of the six villages evacuated on Sunday - Jubrique, Júzcar, Pujerra, Faraján and Alpandeire - were allowed to go home. The fire has destroyed 9,963 hectares, making this the worst wildfire in the province

10:00

Local

Who set fire to the Sierra Bermeja?

As the smoke has cleared and the flames have died in the Sierra Bermeja, the question has shifted from "when" and "how much" to "who" and "why." Specialists from the Forest Fire Investigation Brigade (BIIF) and the Seprona nature protection branch ... of the Guardia Civil are working together on the complex task of piecing together the evidence – and all of them are experts in finding the answers. At this point, there is little doubt that the fire was deliberately started. Two ignition points ... fire-fighting helicopters cannot fly, and in terrain that is difficult to access by foot. Moreno also pointed to the presence of litter and pine cones in both areas where the fires started. Public's help The location where the fires were started does not

19:23

Local

Estepona animal shelter suffers serious damage in Sierra Bermeja fire

ASh MAer

An Estepona animal charity is appealing for cash donations from the public after the Sierra Bermeja fire caused 50,000 euros' worth of damage to its shelter. Adana animal shelter (Association for the Rights of Abandoned Animals) had to evacuate ... over 100 dogs last Sunday after the fire came within metres of the building. The fire burned all the surrounding storage buildings and water pipes, leaving the shelter uninhabitable. Now staff and volunteers are busy cleaning up what’s left of the ... shelter and assessing what has been destroyed and what needs replacing. An image taken from CCTV footage from Adana shows how close the fire was.SUR Susie Brown, Adana President, told SUR in English: “We are desperate for donations. Our whole world

10:34

Local

Video | Sierra Bermeja firefighting pilot: 'From the air, it was hell; the visibility was almost zero'

JUAN SOTO

...bringing the blaze under control. Professionals from all over Spain fought the fire. When did you join the efforts? When the fire was declared all the Infoca fleet began to act, and when it was escalated to Level 2, other regions were drafted in. We ... belong to the Martínez Ridao company, and we were hired by Castilla La Mancha, which requested four amphibious aircraft, and by Extremadura, which requested two. How did the fire look from the sky? It was Dantesque, there was very low visibility and ... almost nothing could be seen within the 80 kilometre perimeter. Without air traffic coordination it would have been impossible. Where was the flying base? Our operations base is in Utrera (Seville), 75 kilometres miles from the fire. There is an

19:32

Local

This is the Malaga firefighter whose photo of the Sierra Bermeja fire went viral

SUR

A photograph of a charred mountain goat next to a crash barrier at the scene of the Sierra Bermeja forest fire, went viral and travelled around the world on social media. And now it has been revealed that it was taken by Francisco, a Malaga ... the burning bushes," he explained. Unfortunately, the 33-year-old could not help it, since they were heading to tackle flames. "If we had stopped to help it, we would have lost valuable time putting out the fire and the damage could have been

18:52

Local

Vox rules out climate change as a factor in the Sierra Bermeja fire

Héctor Barbotta

The Vox spokesman in the Andalusian Parliament, Manuel Gavira, ruled out that climate change was one of the determining factors in the virulence of the fire that ravaged the Sierra Bermeja for six days. He was challenged if his background allowed ... him to make such a judgement about global warming, after a sixth-generation fire had blazed for the first time in Spain, Gavira acknowledged, "I simply understood that the fire had been started deliberately." The parliamentarian attacked the ... management of the fire by the Junta de Andalucía and said that from the start it was known that the fire was particularly serious. Despite that, he claimed that not all the necessary means were put in place to tackle it and the regional government waited