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Canada fires: wedged in a train in the middle of the flames, these passengers are panicked (video)

22:52  21 july  2022
22:52  21 july  2022 Source:   ohmymag.com

Spain: trapped by a fire, a train stops in the middle of the tracks

 Spain: trapped by a fire, a train stops in the middle of the tracks The passengers (rightly) started to panic before the train finally resumed its © Sopa Images/Sipa route. Spain in July 2022. heat wave - Passengers (rightly) started to panic before the train finally resumed its Route The fires which currently ravage Europe cause emergency evacuations and scenes of panic. In Spain , the passengers of an train thus found themselves a few meters from the flames, reports the agency AP relayed by TF1 Info .

Incendies : coincés dans un train au milieu des flammes, ces passagers sont pris de panique (VIDEO) © supplied by Oh My Mag fires: stuck in a train in the middle of the flames, these passengers are panic (video)

The Gironde is the only place to suffer from devastating fires. While more than 20,000 hectares were ravaged by flames and thousands of inhabitants had to be evacuated. Another terror scene took place because of the flames. This comes from Spain and went around the networks.

A train blocked by the

flames while the Gironde region has been plagued by devastating fires for several days now. The firefighters are at the end of strength and call these flames as "monsters." Several thousand inhabitants have been evacuated, as are animals from the Arcachon basin zoo. Faced with the magnitude of the situation, Emmanuel Macron moved himself to the region, he was also intercepted by a volunteer at the end of his nerves.

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Unfortunately, the region is not the only one to suffer from

violent fires, an awful scene has gone around the networks with more than 1.5 million views. This scene comes from Spain. This Monday, July 18, 2022, a train departing from Madrid and in the direction of Ferrol temporarily stopped in full track around Zamora, in northwestern Spain. It is stopped by a fire close to its location. Passengers in Panic

The passengers of the train can only assist helpless and frightened of this scene from an apocalyptic film. This

fire which destroys everything in its path is close to the cars of the train, and them. In the shared video, it is possible to see them more and more worried while the flames are visible behind the windows.

The one who shared the video on Twitter clarified in his legend: "Panic moment on the Madrid-Ferrol train in Zamora-Sanabria, 9:30 am The train continued the trip after a few minutes of stopping." Fortunately, more fear than harm. RENFE, a national operating Spanish railways, posted several alert messages. It was also forced to suspend traffic on some of its lines and therefore proposed alternatives.

Momentos de Pánico en El Tren Madrid-Ferrol A La Altura de Zamora-Sanabria, 9: 30HS. El Tren Continuous El TRAYCTO TRAS UNOS MINUTOS Parado.

@renfe @Adif @lavozdegalicia pic.twitter.com/yxcubxlijq - Francisco seoane Pérez (@pacoseoaneperez)

July 18, 2022

After 12 days of struggle, the two "extraordinary" fires of Gironde are "fixed" .
after a little less than two weeks of struggle, the firefighters came to the end of the fires in Gironde. 21,000 hectares of forests were destroyed. © AP/SIPA After twelve days and thirteen nights of struggle, the two "extraordinary" fires which ravaged nearly 21,000 hectares of forests in Gironde and led to the evacuation of some 36,000 people are now "fixed", but the work to turn them continues.

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