The smoke columns from the four fireplaces were visible today from Naples, at the foot of the volcano, and the intense smell of burned has covered the area, as Italian media broadcast.
The fire has already turned into ashes tens of acres of forest and vegetation in Vesuvius’ natural park, but there are no victims.In addition to the 70 firefighters operating in the region, many of whom came from Turin, three firefighters and thirty vehicles have been deployed. The possibility of the fire being the result of arson was reported today by Italy’s Environment Minister, Jan Luka Galeti, who visited the region.The Prosecutor’s Office of Torre Anucciata, an area near Pompeii, has launched an investigation.