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Morning fire leaves several homeless and millions in damages

fire 28Some members of the Guyana Fire Service came in for a tongue lashing from a Liliendall fire victim who felt that even their best efforts to save his burning building were not enough.

Clarence Scott the owner of the property said he was happy with the response of the Guyana Fire service to the fire alarm but said after then things went wrong.

He said the fire started at the top flat of the two storied building and quickly spread, leaving millions in damage and the loss of household items.

Scott told this newscast that his son who was in the bottom flat of the building raised alarm of a fire. Scott who is an architect said he was doing a drawing when he heard the alarm.

The origin of the fire is still to be ascertained at this point. The Guyana fire service is investigating.

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