The old woman who was left homeless following a fire that destroyed her apartment in San Basilio was forced to separate from her dogs. The request for intervention to 112 around 18:00 on Saturday 4 September from a house on the first floor in via Morrovalle, height via Pieve Bovigliana.
The firefighters with three teams, 118 ambulances, a self-medical, the agents of the IV Tiburtino Group of the Local Police of Roma Capitale and the men of the State Police intervened on the spot. The flames broke out from an Ater house due to causes under investigation, inside the same there were two dogs rescued by the firefighters who intervened with the aid of a ladder truck who then put out the fire. The owner of the house, a 73-year-old Italian, found on the spot by rescuers, is absent.
Declared the apartment unusable, the 73-year-old was forced to part with the dogs entrusted to the Muratella municipal kennel. Once the social services of the Municipality of Rome were activated, the elderly woman found housing assistance. Ater staff also on site.