translated from Spanish: They rescue a baby and 12 adults from a fire in Spain

Madrid, Spain.- Firefighters from Generalitat saved a 15-day-old baby and twelve adults from a fire this Saturday in a building in the town of Cassá de la Selva, Spain, according to information disseminated by national means. Some witnesses reported in sinister at 5:44 p.m. this day, nodding to the flames emanating from the windows and that the affected neighbors went out to the windows for help.
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After receiving the report, the generalitat firefighters moved to the indicated location; about Calle Llevant, number 8, of the aforementioned town, according to information by the fire department on their official Twitter account.

Twitter of generalitat firefighters

After quelling the flames, lifeguards evacuated the newborn along with eight others. As a preventive measure, the moment and his parents were transferred to the Hospital Santa Caterina in Girona to rule out possible affectations. So far the causes of the fire are unknown, the swallows indicated that it began in the kitchen area of the affected floor. Fortunately the fire did not cause structural damage to the building.

Original source in Spanish

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