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Iker Casillas collaborates in the extinction of the fire in Ávila

Iker Casillas collaborates in the extinction of the fire in Ávila

The historic goalkeeper of the Spanish National Team, Real Madrid and Oporto, Iker Casillas, is one of the hundreds of volunteers who have joined the work of extinguishing the fire declared last Saturday between the Avila municipalities of Navalacruz -from where His family comes from and where he has a house- and Cepeda de la Mora.

Iker Casillas, world champion in South Africa 2010, has posted on his social networks several photographs and videos of the fire that he accompanies with messages like this: «With harshness in the face of the flames, without any fear of helping and collaborating with the people. Huge those who knew the most and who have guided those of us who had no idea of ​​picking up a hoe ».

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Casillas wanted to underline how “good people” are the “friends” of Navalacruz and has indicated: “For these things are what one feels proud that they know us. Although being humble, I tell you that we would have preferred to be in the background, and that this would never have happened.

In addition, at another time, he also shows the work carried out by volunteers who, like him, have joined the work of extinguishing the fire, which is still active and uncontrolled.

The Copernicus Emergency Management Service, which provides punctual and accurate geospatial information and belongs to the European Union’s earth observation program, counts 22,723 hectares destroyed in the forest fire with a level 2 of danger on a scale of 0 to 3 -from less to greater intensity- but without danger to the population.

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So far, the Junta de Castilla y León has ensured that there are at least 12,000 hectares burned and that, with this figure, it is the most extensive in the last 40 years in Castilla y León.

The Copernicus system has just updated its data and with the last measurement carried out last night it indicates that the burned hectares amount to 22,723. EFE (HN)

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