‘Nothing left’: Devastation after huge Argentina fires
12 March 2021 | 3:58 pm
An Argentinian mechanic shop owner speaks of the difficulties he faces after huge fires swept through part of Patagonia. The fires have left at least seven people injured and hundreds were forced to evacuate as the fire bore down.
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