Firefighters struggled for a second night early Monday to Nike Air Yeezy White contain blazes that have killed 12 people, injured 500, destroyed 2,000 homes and forced 10,000 people to flee the densely populated hills that gave this Chilean port city its unique beauty.
The blaze began in a forested ravine next to ramshackle housing on one of Valparaiso's 42 hilltops, and spread quickly. Hot ash rained down over wooden houses and narrow streets. Electricity failed as the Air Max Command Gs
With no municipal water or fire hydrants to use, routes to the blazes blocked by narrow streets jammed with abandoned vehicles and countless embers being stoked, fire crews could do little but watch some neighbourhoods burn.
Chile's historic Valparaiso in flames
fire grew, turning the night sky orange and reducing neighbourhoods on six hilltops to ashes.
It was already the city's worst fire since 1953, when 50 people were killed. Bachelet declared the entire city a catastrophe zone and put the military in charge of maintaining order. Some 1,250 firefighters, police and forest rangers battled the blaze while 2,000 sailors in combat gear patrolled streets to maintain order and prevent looting.
won't be extinguished, not today nor tomorrow, the office tweeted after issuing a new alert when fires kicked up again Sunday afternoon.
President Michelle Bachelet toured the shelters and cancelled this week's trip to Argentina and Uruguay, ordering her ministers to meet with her Monday morning to explain their responses. a tremendous tragedy. This could be the worst fire in the city's history, she said.
Schools were closed Monday in the city, since some were damaged and others were overflowing with evacuees.
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again with Sunday afternoon's winds and raged out of control, threatening more neighbourhoods.
From the sky, 20 helicopters and planes were mobilized to drop water on hotspots, but Chile's national emergency office said the battle was far from won.
But what's beautiful in postcards can be dangerous for those who live there: Many people have built on land not fit for housing, and entire communities lack municipal water connections.
The fires destroyed at least 2,000 houses by Sunday evening, and the death toll rose to 12, Interior Minister Rodrigo Penailillo said. Three of the 12 victims were identified, and the others are so badly burned that DNA tests will be done, the national forensics service said. More than 500 people were treated at hospitals, mostly for smoke inhalation.
Valparaiso is a picturesque oceanside city of 250,000 people surrounded by hills that form a natural amphitheatre. The compact downtown includes Chile's congress and its second largest port. But most of the people live in the hills, and the city owes its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site to their colourful homes, built on slopes so steep that many people Air Max 95 All Black Reflective
commute using staircases and cable cars.
Chile's emergency response system generated automatic phone calls to each house in danger as the mandatory evacuations expanded. Many people stuffed their cars with possessions after getting these calls, and streets quickly became impassable. Water trucks and firefighters were stuck downhill as people abandoned their vehicles and ran. lost everything. Now I've been ordered to rest because I was having contractions. My little one knows that he can't arrive quite yet.
are too vulnerable as a city. We have been the builders and architects of our own danger, Valparaiso Mayor Jorge Castro said Sunday in an interview with Chile's 24H channel.
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