Fire in Parola

By: - February 08, 2017

Parola compound residents try in vain to contain the roaring flames after a fire started Tuesday night, February 8, 2017, and raged for ten hours. The fire left around 3,000 families homeless.

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<span>Parola compound residents try in vain to contain the roaring flames after a fire started Tuesday night, February 8, 2017, and raged for ten hours. The fire left around 3,000 families homeless. </span>

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