Firefighters made the harsh discovery of a corpse, which was therefore badly burned that they were unable to inform the victim’ s sex.
The alarm was raised around 1pm last Monday, when among the squatters heard a woman’ ersus screams and alerted the crisis services.
An Ibanat (forestry firefighters) helicopter had to be scrambled to rescue two people, who grew to become trapped in an attic in the residence block, on Calle Jacinto Aquenza.
Plumes of smoke cigarettes could be seen for miles since the fierce fire blazed, but it has been finally brought under control at about 4. 30pm.
At first, two fire appliances, plus ground-based Ibanat personnel, were called within, as well as five ambulances, whose deck hands treated 10 people, all delivered to hospital.
Three Moroccan men were in a critical problem as a result of the fire, one of them dropping around 20 feet, reported the Area of Ibiza and Formentera.
He was trying, frantically, to escape the flames, and is within intensive care, suffering from burns, smoke cigarettes inhalation and injuries from the drop.
Another one of the trio, who suffered serious burns, continues to be transferred to the Burns Unit associated with Valencia’ s Hospital La Fe, while the third man is also medical bad burns.
Medical personnel have also found the bodies associated with two dogs in the charred continues to be of the building.