VIDEO: Latina shares how the eviction of a burning building in the Bronx was

The fire in the Bronx was attended by about 200 firefighters.

Photo: EPA / JUSTIN LANE / EFE

Yesbely Fernández shared a video of how the eviction took place on the 17th floor of the building that caught fire in the Bronx, where 17 people died, including eight children, and more than 30 are still seriously ill in hospitals.

“Yesbely Fernández, who lives on the 17th floor at 333 East 181st Street in the Bronx, recorded what it was like inside,” published journalist Marla Diamond, from WCBS880.

In the images, firefighters are seen at the end of the corridor coordinating the evacuation. There is garbage and water on the floor to prevent the spread of fire.

People try to take as much of their belongings as possible.

This Wednesday, the families of the victims and the survivors filed a lawsuit in which ask for $3,000 million dollars for the loss, both for the former and for the current owners of the property.

The authorities continue with investigations into what could have aggravated the situation that led to the death of so many people and, for now, it is suspected that the malfunction of the doors could have increased the problem.

Reference-eldiariony.com

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