Fire in the Historic Center, Jérémie

On Saturday, March 22, 2014, The city of Jeremie was in crisis as a major fire erupted in the Historic center.


Despite the attempt of the local Fire Department to control the fire, it did not stop the fire from spreading which consumed several homes in the area.

Coincidentally, the fire took place during a visit by the Martelly-Lamothe Government on the occasion of the program "Gouvènman Lakay ou"

Dife nan Jeremy. Anpil Kay boule nan nan yon Katye istorik Jeremy-an. Malgre effort ponpye, sa pa te ampeche plizye_ kay te boule.

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Gw Douglas says...

I was there.

I helped fight the fire. What I saw was dozens of people lose their homes, and hundreds of people risk their lives trying to suppress the loss. Those people became my heroes and leaders that

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Jules Casseus says...

Sa fem mal le lye istorik nou to ap detri tankou ansyen katedral kolonyal Potoprens la ke vandal politik te boule

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