Thu, 04 Jan 2018 16:10 - Updated Thu, 04 Jan 2018 16:10
Fire kills two people, wounds two others in Menongue
Menongue - A couple died and two young children were injured Wednesday in Pandera ward near Menongue city in southern Cuando Cubango province as a result of a fire that broke out in the residence, with causes not yet known.
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Fire brigade members simulate a fire extinction
Photo: Clemente Ndala
The victim are Fernando Tchitengue, 30, who died moments after being entering to the General Hospital of Cuando Cubango, with a son, identified by Manilson Tchitengue, one (1) year and six months old.
Edith Cavunda, a 25-year-old did not withstand deep third-degree burns and at this time, she is hospitalized at the General Hospital of Cuando Cubango in the intensive care unit. One of the victims' children, one year and six months old, is not in any great danger of life.
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