Two arrested in connection with fire at Amanzoe hotel in Kranidi

Two men have been arrested in connection with the Kranidi wildfire that also damaged the luxurious Amanzoe Hotel, police said Tuesday.

The suspects, a Greek and an Albanian, were doing electrical work at a nearby construction site. The cause of the fire was a short circuit during work, according to local media.

State broadcaster ERT, citing sources, said the detainees stole electricity from the hotel. They are reported the police, who had worked on its construction in the past, so they knew how and where the wires to the hotel went.

They were charged with negligent arson. Both will appear in court on Friday.

AT Hotel Amanzoe some of the bungalows were said to be damaged on the outside and the resort’s landscaping burned. The hotel will be closed for assessment by the insurance company.

As we reported earlier, the fire broke out on July 4 and quickly spread due to strong winds, which forced evacuate guests and hotel staff on Monday.

Back in the day of the fire edition Argolida24.gr reported that there were clear signs of arson, “because a couple of minutes before the fire broke out in the forest near the hotel, two more fires broke out in two abandoned houses in the settlements of the area. Thus, the firefighting force was split up to extinguish the first fires, as a result of which they arrived at the hotel late.”

PS With the builders who were caught at the scene of the crime, of course. And who set fire to the forest in other places? Is it only the hot weather and the wind that is to blame or stupid idiots who don’t give a damn about everything except themselves, their relatives. Or maybe this is done deliberately, by certain forces that seek to destabilize the situation in the country? After such a series of events, you begin to believe in anything …



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