Samba school shed catches fire in northern Rio

Samba school shed catches fire in northern Rio

Three-barracks firefighters came to the scene and managed to control the flames;track was interdicted but has already been released

This is the second major fire this week in RioPlay RecordTV RioA fire in a shed at the Império da Tijuca samba school on Avenida Brasil, in the center of the city, caused the track to be banned for about 1:30 am on Wednesday morning (2).Firefighters from São Cristovão, Vila Isabel and Central barracks came to the scene and managed to control the fire, which caused a large amount of black smoke.There were no injuries and one of the tracks has already been released.Still, agents of CET-Rio (Rio de Janeiro Traffic Engineering Company) are on the spot controlling traffic, which is slow on the São Cristovão stretch.According to the school, the space was given to the United Bridge of Series A, which lost some sculptures and an allegory, and Series B Lins Imperial, which had no losses.Império da Tijuca also stated that its pieces and allegories are produced elsewhere and have not suffered any damage.In a statement, the school said witnesses said the fire was started by home...


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