Two other people are seriously injured. The track criminal is preferred.
A fire in a reception centre for migrant workers at Boulogne-Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine) has been a death in the night from Thursday 15 to Friday 16 December. the ” It is a Malian aged forty years, who jumped from the third floor of the building on the courtyard side. He had arrived in the foyer there are about four years “, said Bakary Cissoko, president of the residents committee.
According to the first elements of the investigation, traces of fuel and gas fire have been found in the entrance hall of this building of six floors and seventy-eight dwellings in the suburbs close to paris. The track criminal is therefore preferred at this stage.
president François Hollande has ” condamn[e], “an act he termed a’” intolerable, ” calling ” the whole truth, be made on this drama “. the ” It is a home that is the problem, with activities and restaurants illegal. The atmosphere is deleterious, with scuffles between residents and traffic “, according to the ministry of the interior, which rules out a racist motive. the ” one of The wounded is suspected to be the arsonist, he is also a resident. Therefore, it is likely that it is a regulation of internal account “, he added, referring to the placing in custody of the individual concerned in the near future.
The prosecutor of Nanterre opened an investigation of fragrance to search for the cause of the fire. The judicial police of the Hauts-de-Seine has been in charge of the investigation.
Fourteen people were injured and ” a hundred people ” evacuated, according to police. The seventy firefighters arrived shortly before 4 o’clock in the morning, have rescued six people.
The residents most seriously affected were taken to the hospital Georges-Pompidou, Paris, and Ambroise-Paré, Boulogne-Billancourt, in the Hauts-de-Seine.
” No accommodation has been destroyed by fire, and their re-integration [residents] will be possible after the findings “, has informed the office of Boulogne-Billancourt, in charge of the investigation. Only the lobby and a storage room have been affected by the flames.
The home and training of migrant workers operated by the association Coallia (which intervenes in particular in social housing) includes two buildings and three hundred and twenty-eight beds, according to the website of the association.
The home had already been burnt down in April 2015, reminds us of Le Parisien, without being wounded.
At the beginning of September, a future reception centre for migrants had been set on fire, probably deliberately, to Forges-les-Bains, in the Essonne. The fire had not made a victim. A future visitor center and orientation (CAO) located in Loubeyrat (Puy-de-Dome) had also been slightly damaged by a fire volunteer at the end of October.