Guyana: At least 20 dead in school dormitory fire

 Guyana: At least 20 dead in school dormitory fire

Guyana: At least 20 dead in school dormitory fire

GEORGETOWN: At least 20 people were killed and several injured on Sunday in a school dormitory fire in Guyana, the government said in a statement, with the nation´s president calling it a “major disaster.”

This is a really big problem. The President of a South American country said on Sunday night that something was terrible and causing a lot of pain. A fire at a school in central Guyana caused the death of 20 people and left many injured, according to a statement from the government.

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“We lost a lot of people in the fire,” it said. “We hope that we can continue to think about these children, their families, and communities in our prayers.”

Guyana: At least 20 dead in school dormitory fire

Ali wanted to make sure that every child who needs medical attention in Georgetown’s two big hospitals gets the best care possible. He arranged for it.

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