Fire at “21 Princess Grace” kills firefighters

Sergeant Thierry Perard later died in an injury at Princess Grace Hospital.

On Sunday, June 19th, a fierce fire broke out in a 400-square-meter apartment in the “21 Princess Grace” building near Villa Sauber and the Grimaldi Forum, where the 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival is being held.

The cause of the incident has not yet been clarified, but authorities have reported the sad loss of 52-year-old Sergeant Thierry Perard, who died in CHPG because of an injury during the response. After more than 26 years of service, he left his wife and 21-year-old daughter.

The prince government said in a press release: “The Monaco Fire Emergency Services are calling for respect for family privacy and space to remember loved ones. At this time, there are no further comments from the service.”

Eight others, including a second firefighter, were taken to CHPG suffering from smoke inhalation.

The fire required the deployment of critical resources. Traffic was cut off, involving 65 firefighters and more than 15 vehicles.According to a colleague of MonacomatinOn Monday, Sûreté Public’s technical and scientific police should conduct an initial investigation into the cause of the fire. The apartment is closed. Monacomatin “The two residents of the apartment where the fire broke out need to be taken to CHPG and interviewed by police investigators,” he said.

National Council condolences

The National Council mentioned the tragedy in a statement on Monday morning:

“President Stephen Wallery, along with national councilors and full-time council officials, stands by the Monaco fire brigade in these tragic situations, during which one of the firefighters lives on the mission. Dropped and saved the lives of others .. They express deep condolences to Sergeant Thierry Perard’s family and loved ones. They mourn their sorrows and the sorrows of all members of the fire brigade. Sharing. They want to convey the deep appreciation of our council for their commitment to the protection of the people and their constant dedication. ”

The Monaco Tribune The editorial team also expresses its heartfelt condolences to Sergeant Peral’s family, friends and colleagues.

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