Fire guts home and golf carts on La Isla Bonita

Fire guts home and golf carts on La Isla Bonita

Police are investigating an early morning fire that gutted a home and four golf carts in the DFC Area of San Pedro Town, over the weekend. Just after 2 o’clock, on Saturday morning, 37-year-old Evelyn Cordon awoke from her bed and found that her golf carts were on fire. The blaze spread to the adjacent three-bedroom house and damaged the front portion of the structure. Assistant Commissioner of Police, Hilberto Romero, says that the fire department is still trying to determine what caused the fire.

ACP Hilberto Romero, Officer Commanding Eastern Division:  “Around 2:30 police responded to Rainbow Street in San Pedro where upon arrival they saw four golf carts completely damaged by fire. Also the front portion of a plywood building. Evelyn Cordon reported that she was asleep when she smelled smoke, woke up and then found the front of her house partially burnt and the golf carts on fire. Fire personnel were called in and the matter is being investigated at this time.”

Reporter: At this time any indication to say whether this fire was an accident or a malicious act ? 

ACP Hilberto Romero, Officer Commanding Eastern Division: “We don’t know. We’re waiting on the fire personnel to submit their report.”

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