Those affected were transferred to the Virgen de la Arrixaca hospital, five of them due to smoke inhalation and another due to a dislocation in an arm
Six people, including two firefighters, had to be treated this Wednesday by the Emergency health services and transferred to the Virgen de la Arrixaca hospital in Murcia as a result of the injuries suffered during
the fire that occurred on the third floor of a building in the Murcian neighborhood of Espinardo.
112 received at 6:38 p.m. up to six calls informing of the
fire on Carmen la Roja street of the aforementioned neighborhood and and pointing out that
people were trapped inside the affected floor. Local police patrols and firefighters from the Murcia City Council Fire Fighting and Rescue Service were mobilized to the site (14 firefighters and three firefighting vehicles).
During about an hour of intervention,
the firefighters put out the fire (which ended up affecting the whole house) and rescued the occupants of the house that they could not get out of it, both on the façade and on the inside. In addition, they requested health care for the wounded. Thus, two medicalized ambulances and two non-assistance ambulances with health personnel from the Emergency Management and Health Emergencies 061 traveled to the site.
The toilets treated six people:
two firefighters, aged 42 and 48, one affected by smoke and the other with a dislocated arm. In addition, they also assisted two 19 and 25-year-old men, a 70-year-old woman and a 16-year-old boy, admitted to the ICU for smoke inhalation. All were transferred to the Virgen de la Arrixaca Hospital in Murcia.