Lewis warns that people using closed buildings as shelter are at risk
Freeport, Grand Bahama — Central Grand Bahamas Rep. Airam Lewis Raised Yesterday Concerns about the frequency of fires occurring at the International Bazaar in Freeport.
Firefighters yesterday tackled the second major fire in the backyard of the year.
“Apparently these are not accidental fires,” Lewis said.
“Obviously, these arson attacks were intentional and they are being set on fire. Our concern does not remain with the structure or current owners. It is not likely to cause harm to people living in “
“Perhaps it is time for the owners of this building to move on and completely demolish and level the site. It is also a place where homeless people live.
“The fact that these fires are occurring so frequently means that even those who may be using them as shelters may be in danger of losing their lives. Own this building The parties should level buildings and leave room for future development so that their lives are not endangered as a result of people finding refuge in these buildings and dying in or as a result of fires. The building collapsed due to a fire that weakened the structure.”
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