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#1 Jan 10, 2020 8:08 am

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EXPAT, WHAW GOING ON WITH THE FIRE IN GRENADA?

Epat you should be our eyes and ears in the Spiceland, keeping us updated all the time.  As I turn on my phone this morning I saw that there was a fire in Grenada, around Grenville street and Gore.  The fire station is 2 minutes away, but took two hours to get there.  Two hours? One can drive from St George to St Patrick's and back in less than two hours.  It seems like the fire destroyed a nice medical facility on the island.

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#2 Jan 10, 2020 9:10 am

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Re: EXPAT, WHAW GOING ON WITH THE FIRE IN GRENADA?

Terrible, disgusting performance from the fire "service". Heads must roll for this sort of thing! The other day there was a fire almost on top the fire station, they couldn't do anything for that one either.

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#3 Jan 10, 2020 6:00 pm

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#4 Jan 10, 2020 7:50 pm

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Wow!...would there be residential buildings in that area?
Looks like the local firefighters must have been in a deep sleep.

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#5 Jan 10, 2020 10:09 pm

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Re: EXPAT, WHAW GOING ON WITH THE FIRE IN GRENADA?

Funny thing is I went to town, and walked AROUND the area, but not close enough, I even went to LA Purcel opposite the Market, yet all I knew from a visit to FLOW was the internet was down in town, and that there had been a fire, but I didn't know where or what.

I did hear the fire brigade was waiting the Grenlec to turn off the electricity, and THAT took a long time.... Remember water and electricity are kinda dangerous when put together.

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