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Kisumu Boys High School Fire Destroys Dormitory

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Kisumu Boys High School Fire Destroys Dormitory

Kisumu Boys High School Fire Destroys Dormitory

On Saturday, August 20, a fire engulfed several buildings at Kisumu Boys High School in Kisumu County.

According to preliminary reports, the fire started just after 9 a.m., and the cause has yet to be determined.

The majority of the buildings damaged were classrooms, with nearly five completely destroyed by fire.

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One dormitory was also said to have caught fire during the process before it was put out.

As students were evacuated to a safer location, police and firefighters rushed to the institution to put out the fire.

In addition, emergency personnel from the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) were dispatched to assist county firefighters in resolving the situation.

Students were asked to remove their personal belongings from the dormitories as a precaution, as administrators feared the fire would spread to other nearby buildings.

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Kisumu Boys High School Fire Destroys Dormitory

FIRE BREAKS out at Kisumu Boys; County and Kenya Airports Authority firefighters are on site to contain the flames.

It was unclear whether the students were present in the classrooms at the time of the fire.

Kisumu Central Sub-county Police Commandant Jactone Mango confirmed the incident, stating that investigations had begun and that a preliminary report would be released as soon as it was completed.

The morning fire incident resulted in no injuries or fatalities. The total amount of property destroyed had yet to be determined.

The fire occurs just two days after schools reopened after a two-week election break.

Kisumu Boys High School Fire Destroys Dormitory

A sections of Kisumu Boys is on fire.

Kisumu Boys High School Fire Destroys Dormitory

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