Three Moroccans seriously injured in Ibiza building fire

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Firefighters Ibiza, Spain. / Ph. DR

Three Moroccan nationals were seriously injured Monday after a fire broke out at a building in Ibiza, Morocco’s consulate in Palma de Mallorca said.

The victims are aged between 32 and 42, Morocco’s General Consul Nezha Attahar told MAP, adding that they were rushed into the Can Misses Hospital in Ibiza to receive the necessary health care.

One of these three people, who suffers serious burns, will be transferred to the burns unit of La Fe Hospital in Valencia (Eastern Spain).

Five other Moroccans, including two women, are treated for panic, trauma and smoke inhalation.

The Moroccan consular services in Palma de Mallorca have provided the necessary help to Moroccans affected by the fire and keep monitoring their situation, Attahar pointed out.

An Italian national was killed in the building fire, according to local authorities.

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