“4 corpses … traces of a fire … injured” .. Thus, the investigations and investigations of the security and judicial services recorded their inspections of the Al-Quds Street apartment fire in the Faisal district of Giza, which erupted in the early hours of this morning.
The investigations and investigations supervised by Major General Tareq Marzouq, First Assistant Minister of the Interior for the Giza Security Sector, and Major General Mahmoud al-Sabili, Director of the General Department of Investigations, confirmed that short circuit fire was behind the fire in the apartment, which is located on the sixth floor on an area of 165 meters.
The fire completely consumed the contents of the apartment, and resulted in the death of the father and his three children, while the wife and her infant were able to escape from the flames after suffering burns throughout their bodies.
The fire took 15 minutes, so the injured wife confirmed during her discussion in front of the detectives, and said in the police report, that they were falling asleep, and were surprised by the smoke billowing from the apartment hall, where he besieged the doors of the rooms, and her husband and three children could not get out of the room, and they breathed The last burned.
The mother added: “The fire surrounded my daughter and me in the bed of sleep, to some extent the people and the firefighters came and knew I went out … and after I went out a little, I knew that my nut and my children had died.”
The investigations and investigations of the security and judicial agencies, which took place under the supervision of Major General Tariq Marzouq, First Assistant Minister of the Interior for the Giza Security Sector, and Major General Mahmoud al-Sabili, Director of the General Department of Investigations, stated that the fire lasted 15 minutes and ended with charring 4 people, including 3 children, inside the apartment.
Investigations and investigations added that electric shocks caused the fire in the early hours of the morning, and the deceased were falling asleep, and were unable to escape from the flames, as they breathed their last breaths inside the apartment, after suffering burns throughout their body.
Investigations and investigations, which took place under the supervision of Major General Sameh Al-Hamili, Deputy Director of the General Department of Investigations, and Colonel Tariq Hamza, head of the West Giza sector, indicated that upon receiving a notification from the people.
A security force moved from the detectives and the city’s protection to the location of the incident, and 4 fire engines were pushed, and the forces were able to put out the flames.
A report of the incident was edited, and the prosecution that initiated the investigation was notified, decided to delegate the criminal laboratory, went to an examination, and authorized the burial of the bodies.