February 24, local time, according to Greek state television, at about 21:20 local time on the 23rd, a fire broke out in the Harantini temporary refugee camp in the Siwei region 70 kilometers northwest of Athens, the Greek capital.
The fire killed a six-year-old refugee child from Iran.
It is reported that he lived with six families in the refugee camp, and the fire also injured some of his family members to varying degrees.
It is reported that the local fire department sent eight firefighters and four fire trucks to participate in the fire fighting.
But when the firefighters arrived, some refugees stopped the fire brigade’s firefighting and rescue work, which led to the forced intervention of the police to put out the fire.
Greek police are investigating the reasons why refugees prevented fire fighting and the cause of the fire.