The residents of Bejís return to their homes after the serious forest fire: “The landscape is Dantesque”

The residents of Bejís (Castellón) have begun to return to their homes after the serious forest fire that has devastated 19,000 hectares and has forced them to leave their homes for several days. A situation that, as explained to Europa Press it is “desolate” and “horrifying”.

The evolution of the forest fire declared in Bejís (Castellón) continues to be “favorable” and no longer has a flame at any point, although it enters a “critical” phase this afternoon due to the forecast of “erratic” winds, which may reach 40 km /h, the increase in temperatures and the decrease in humidity below 30%.

The mayor of Bejís, María José Madrid, has indicated, in statements to EFE, that “all the neighbors come crying”. “This is very strong,” he says after consoling some of the citizens who were arriving at their homes.

The mayor of the Castellón municipality has revealed that the days of “uncertainty” have been experienced “badly, with great anxiety and great concern”. “I was very happy to enter, but the vision is really hard,” she added.

The residents of the municipality recognize Europa Press They have been “hard days”. “Now, to start working and leave it as it was because we from Bejís are tough”, one of them joked.

Another of the residents of Bejís has expressed that the feeling after the fire is “desolate” and it is “horrifying” to think “all the work that lies ahead”, because “it is all black”. And she hopes that this situation “will help politicians now, before and those to come realize that they have no idea about forests and that they don’t know how to do anything, since they don’t clean or allow firebreaks to be built”.

Another of those affected justifies that “the worst is psychological”, after returning to her business premises and verifying that the meat she had was rotten. “You look around and see that the panorama is the saddest thing in the world,” she added.

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