Fires are renewed at night in northern Lebanon… and the army sends two firefighting helicopters

Acrom At the northeastern border with SyriaThe area of ​​fire expanded in the Qornet al-Diba locality and approached the orchards, agricultural fields and some houses whose residents had left, for fear of changing the direction of the wind and rushing in their direction.

The town and neighboring villages witnessed a massive exodus at night towards areas far from the fire, while the townspeople, officials and municipal authorities launched nightly appeals through the local media for help.

Lebanese journalist Youssef Diab told "Sky News Arabia", that "The situation is very dangerous. The suffering of the people in the inflamed Akkar has increased".

Diab added: "The scene is indescribable and the civil defense teams are without equipment and their members are fighting like heroes. The people are doing everything possible to prevent the spread of the fire as well Lebanese army".

The journalist, Muhammad Omar, son of the town of Akrom, said: "the situation is dangerous. There are promises among the people of the region that Jordanian helicopters dedicated to extinguishing the fires will arrive on their way to Lebanon in the morning to support the Lebanese army.".

Maximum age: "People have been sleeping on the streets since midnight in areas far from homes".

On the other hand, a group of activists launched a website "Twitter" وسمي "Save Akrum" And"Lebanon is burning"And social networking sites flooded with calls to head towards northern Lebanon, where the fire sites are.

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On Friday morning, two Lebanese army helicopters began their flights to put out the fire, according to the official National News Agency in Lebanon, and joined the efforts of the people and the concerned authorities.

Eyewitnesses confirmed at night in Akkar that "3 ambulances of the Lebanese Red Cross arrived in the middle of the night to Akrom, to stand by the people and help them".

The voices of women and children’s distress are heard in most of the videos that were spread at night on social networking sites.

ويشد Lebanon A stifling crisis in securing fuels, gasoline and diesel fuel, which is delaying the arrival of vehicles of all kinds to the Akkar forests.

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He described the situation as “out of control” in the Mt. Acrom At the northeastern border with SyriaThe area of ​​fire expanded in the Qornet al-Diba locality and approached the orchards, agricultural fields and some houses whose residents had left, for fear of changing the direction of the wind and rushing in their direction.

The town and neighboring villages witnessed a massive exodus at night towards areas far from the fire, while the townspeople, officials and municipal authorities launched nightly appeals through the local media for help.

Lebanese journalist Youssef Diab told Sky News Arabia, “The situation is very dangerous. The suffering of the people in the inflamed Akkar has increased.”

Diab added: “The scene cannot be described, and the civil defense teams are without equipment and their members are fighting like heroes. The people are doing the impossible to prevent the spread of fire, as well as Lebanese army“.

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The journalist, Muhammad Omar, from the town of Akrom, said, “The situation is dangerous. There are promises among the people of the region that Jordanian helicopters dedicated to extinguishing the fires will arrive on their way to Lebanon in the morning to support the Lebanese army.”

Omar explained: “People have been sleeping on the roads since midnight in areas far from homes.”

On the other hand, a group of activists launched on “Twitter”, “Save Akrom” and “Lebanon is Burning”, and social networking sites launched calls to head towards northern Lebanon, where the fire sites are.

On Friday morning, two Lebanese army helicopters began their flights to put out the fire, according to the official National News Agency in Lebanon, and joined the efforts of the people and the concerned authorities.

Eyewitnesses confirmed at night in Akkar that “three ambulances belonging to the Lebanese Red Cross arrived at midnight in Akrom, to stand by the people and help them.”

The voices of women and children’s distress are heard in most of the videos that were spread at night on social networking sites.

ويشد Lebanon A stifling crisis in securing fuels, gasoline and diesel fuel, which is delaying the arrival of vehicles of all kinds to the Akkar forests.

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