Portugal, Forest Fires Breakout – Kill Dozens In Pedrogão Grande Region

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At least 24 people have reportedly been killed and several others hurt by a massive forest fire in central Portugal. Around 400 firefighters are battling the blaze in the mountainous Pedrogão Grande region, some 200km northeast of Lisbon. According to initial reports, it appears most of the victims were trapped in their cars and were burned…






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