The girl’s mother suffered third degree injuries, while the girl’s body suffered 40% burns. The fiery focus erupted at a home in the Bouchard neighborhood in San Lorenzo. Two other people received minor injuries.
A 34-year-old woman and her 3-year-old daughter were seriously burned in a house fire in downtown San Lorenzo. The woman had third degree injuries and almost her entire body was affected, while her daughter suffered 40% burns.
According to the initial version of the firefighters, the girl was taken by medical helicopter to Rosario after suffering burns up to 40 percent of her body. There were also two other people, a 79-year-old and a 76-year-old couple, who received minor injuries.
The incident happened this Wednesday at around 3:50 pm on the first floor of a house located at Estrada and Saenz Peña streets in the Bouchard neighborhood.
According to the first information, the fire may have started due to some explosion.
The 34-year-old woman suffered 100% burns and was taken by ambulance to a hospital in Bagoria, while two others suffered minor injuries.
Meanwhile, their 3-year-old daughter was transferred by medical helicopter to the “Victor J. Vilela” Children’s Hospital, along with 40 charred bodies.
The 3-year-old girl was transferred by medical helicopter from Campo de la Gloria in San Lorenzo to the city of Rosario.
“The girl under 3 years of age has 40% burns on her body, and the mother was taken to Bagoria hospital by ambulance system, her body was 100% burnt, both second and third degree burns,” he said. From the San Lorenzo Fire Department.
He added, “Unfortunately they have very severe burns, we’re going to wait for some development that suits both of them.”
Meanwhile, Victor J. Viviana Esquivel, director of the Vilela Children’s Hospital, elaborated on the girl’s state of health: “The patient is NN, apparently she is 3 years old, so far no relatives have come forward. She is on mechanical respiratory support , He has burns on his face and upper limbs.
And he added that “the injuries were from direct fire”, highlighting the seriousness of the younger victim’s burns.
Two crews of volunteer firefighters and a unit of San Lorenzo Zapadores firefighters worked on the scene, who brought the fire under control, as well as an ambulance with Seas and 911 personnel.
Although the cause is yet to be revealed, since skills must be perfected, sources have confirmed that there could have been an explosion which could have resulted in a subsequent fire.