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Millions of Euros Lost as Marbella’s Luxurious Fleet Succumbs to Raging Inferno!

December 31, 2023
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Massive Fire at La Bajadilla Marina in Marbella Under Control

A colossal fire that broke out at the La Bajadilla fishermen’s marina in Marbella has been successfully contained. However, the blaze has potentially destroyed around 80 pleasure boats, causing damage worth millions of euros.

Emergency Services Respond to Marina Fire

The emergency alarm was triggered at approximately 7pm on January 11, leading to the mobilization of numerous police, firefighters, and ambulances to the scene. The facility, owned by Marina Marbella, is primarily used for storage and boat repairs.

Investigation Underway to Determine Cause of Fire

The cause of the incident, which has generated significant attention and alarm, remains unknown. While there have been no reported injuries, the fire has decimated numerous boats within the Marina Marbella premises.

Marbella City Council Announces Control of Fire

According to the Marbella City Council, the fire was brought under control around 10.30pm last night. The announcement was made via the council’s Twitter account.

Massive Fire in Marbella’s La Bajadilla Marina

The incident has caused significant damage to the marina, with a large number of boats being destroyed. The full extent of the damage is yet to be determined.

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