Three people died in a fire on a tower in Hawaii

News 15 July, 2017
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    Saturday, 15 July 2017 06:07

    Saturday, 15 July 2017 06:07

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    HONOLULU | At least three people died and a dozen others, including a firefighter, were injured during the fire spectacular of a tower of 36 storeys in Honolulu, the capital of the u.s. State of Hawaii, reported local media.

    Flames and thick black smoke escaped from the residential building during the fire that lasted four hours and caused a rain of broken glass falling from windows.

    According to the newspaper Honolulu Star Advertiser, among the three people who died on the 26th floor, you find a woman and her adult son.

    A dozen people were injured, residents and a firefighter, has added the same source.

    The building, the Marco Polo Building, seemed not to be in possession of fire extinguisher system automatic water.