Cypriot firefighters continue offering help in fire-stricken Greece

Cypriot firefighters continue to offer their help in Greece after the deadliest wildfires hit the country.

Cyprus sent on Tuesday a team of 64 people, firefighters from the Fire Department and the Forest Department as well as officers from the Civil Defense Department and the Ambulance Service.

Speaking to CNA from Greece, deputy chief of the fire services operations Leonidas Leonidou said that the size of the destruction is enormous and that the situation is tragic.

“Its really a tragedy here. A great disaster”, he said.

Chrysilios Chrysiliou on behalf of the Civil Defense Department, told CNA that the volunteers are offering their help 24 hours a day.

The fires have killed over 80 people and injured more than 190, officials announced, while there are dozens missing.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

Cypriot firefighters continue offering help in fire-stricken Greece

Cypriot firefighters continue to offer their help in Greece after the deadliest wildfires hit the country.

Cyprus sent on Tuesday a team of 64 people, firefighters from the Fire Department and the Forest Department as well as officers from the Civil Defense Department and the Ambulance Service.

Speaking to CNA from Greece, deputy chief of the fire services operations Leonidas Leonidou said that the size of the destruction is enormous and that the situation is tragic.

“Its really a tragedy here. A great disaster”, he said.

Chrysilios Chrysiliou on behalf of the Civil Defense Department, told CNA that the volunteers are offering their help 24 hours a day.

The fires have killed over 80 people and injured more than 190, officials announced, while there are dozens missing.

Source: Cyprus News Agency