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The Jefatura Local de Vigo of the Police Galician Autonomous region has been arrested and subsequently released a 74-year old woman as the alleged author of one of the forest fires registered in Galicia on the day of maximum activity, incendiary of this fall, Sunday, October 15.
The woman, Maria Luisa C. C., 74 years old, was stopped by a forest fire intentional in the place of Veigadaña Pételos, in the city of Mos, in the area of influence of Vigo.
The fire started on a farm of his property in which he wanted to finish with the weed accumulated and subsequently it spread and ended up burning about two acres of land.
Sources of the Vice-presidency of the Xunta of Galicia have confirmed that the woman was arrested, but shortly after was released in the hopes that they call you to testify since the Court of Instruction of O Porriño, to which they have been submitted to the proceedings. In principle, it is not intended to be throughout the day this Tuesday.
The same sources have indicated that the woman is investigated for having caused three fires, the latest the 15th of October. The other two bulbs had been previous in previous years, in that same town of Mos.
The fire by which the halt occurred on the same day that the caused by the first stopped by the wave of fires in Galicia, the neighbor of Vigo Miguel Angel Martínez Novoa, in custody and without bail as an alleged perpetrator of a crime of forest fire of special gravity for having caused a fire in You White, in the municipality orensano of Xinzo de Limia, when roasting a few sausages. The fire broke out in one hectare of the mountain, and came to roughly 300 meters of an urban nucleus and to 200 a farm.
That day began in Galicia 132 foci of fire, almost all caused, according to data handled by the Government. In all of that weekend burned in two days 35.500 hectares of monte in the four galician provinces, being A Coruña the least affected.Updated Date: 20 November 2018, 08:01