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  • Firemen attempt to put out the fire at a government-run food storage unit at the port of the Guaira, Venezuela.

    Firemen attempt to put out the fire at a government-run food storage unit at the port of the Guaira, Venezuela. | Photo: teleSUR

Published 27 February 2019

Firemen were dispatched to the sight of the fire shortly after the incident occurred and they continue work to completely extinguish the fire, Carneiro added.

The governor of the state Vargas Garcia Carneiro said a terrorist attack is not discarded in the fire that took place Wednesday morning in one of the state-funded food storages located at the port of the Guaira.

Firemen were dispatched to the sight of the fire shortly after the incident occurred and they continue work to completely extinguish the fire, Carneiro added.

Transport Minister Hipólito Abreu suggested that what happened was part of the agenda of “counterrevolutionary sectors” in the country who seek by all possible means to overthrow the constitutional President Nicolas Maduro.

He said a large team worked to contain the fire and prevent them from consuming all of the food. For now, local authorities have ordered immediate recovery work in order to guarantee the delivery of food supplies to the local families.

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