Three homeless after fire destroys house in South Ruimveldt

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Three people are now homeless after a devastating fire destroyed their house at Lot 265 Blue Sackie Drive, South Ruimveldt, Georgetown. The fire started just after 17:00hrs on Monday and also caused damage to neighbouring properties.

The house destroyed was owned by 59-year-old Shellon Glenn and occupied by Campton Glenn, 53, Campton Glenn Junior, 32, and 5-year-old Kianna Glenn.

Two other houses nearby also suffered significant damage. (Photo: Guyana Fire Service)

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the fire prevention department, the Guyana Fire Service said in a release.

Two other houses nearby also suffered significant damage. The northern wall, an air conditioning condenser on the southern wall, six sash windows, and 12 meters of PVC guttering of a two-storey wooden and concrete building, located at Lot 262 Blue Sackie Drive, was destroyed.

Another two-storey wooden and concrete building located at Lot 263 Blue Sackie Drive, experienced severe damage to 11.3 meters of PVC ceiling and guttering on the southern side wall, along with the complete destruction of one sash window.

A white Toyota Sequoia V8 (PKK 2521) located at Lot 264 Blue Sackie Drive also sustained damage as a result of the blaze. (Photo: Guyana Fire Service)

Additionally, a white Toyota Sequoia V8 (PKK 2521) located at Lot 264 Blue Sackie Drive also sustained damage as a result of the blaze. The vehicle’s driver-side window was completely destroyed, and the entire left side of the vehicle was severely damaged.

 

 

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