With several fires extinguished near the most populated hills, where the fire caused damage last Friday (2), residential areas are beginning to be seen reduced to ashes and long lines of cars on the streets, without it being possible to identify whether they are parked. or if they are people trying to leave these places.
The mayor of Viña del Mar, Macarena Ripamonti, and the governor of the Valparaíso region, Rodrigo Mundaca, reported that there are hundreds of people missing.
“It is the biggest tragedy we have had since the 2010 earthquake,” said the president, Gabriel Boric, referring to the 8.8 magnitude earthquake followed by a tsunami that occurred on February 27 of that year and left more than 500 people dead.
With information from AFP.