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A year after a devastating fire swept through the city of Atlantica, many Atlantistas are still searching for answers.
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A year after the devastating fire that engulfed the city, Atlanticans are still struggling to find answers, with many still searching to find out who caused the blaze and why.
“We are just trying to be as understanding as possible,” said Angelica Vela, a resident of Atlanteas oldest community, Chico.
“We are not asking anybody to help us, but we want to understand.”
It wasn’t until December of 2016 that a fire broke out at a home on the corner of East Ave and Piedras Road.
Fire officials said at the time that the cause was unknown, but that it was a blaze that quickly grew to engulf the home.
By the end of that year, Atlanteans were left in a state of shock and disbelief.
In an article titled, Fire destroys homes in Chico, police say arson, police are investigating, local media report, police said they have no leads, and the Chico Fire Department is asking anyone with information to come forward.
Chico police have not released any information about the fire, saying they are working to determine the cause.
At least four homes were destroyed, and at least five people died.
Despite the loss, Atlantes residents have come together to keep their community together and rebuild.
The fire destroyed dozens of homes, and police are currently searching for the culprits.
As for what happened, Vela said she was hoping to have her home rebuilt.
She said she believes she will have a new home by the end and that she will be able to rebuild in peace.
But she has also learned that it is not as simple as finding out who started the fire.
While the city has reopened, residents are still unsure of what happened to the city and what will happen to those who died and the families of the deceased.
When asked why people didn’t call the firetrucks, Vella said she thought the fire had been under control by then.
Vela is still grieving for her family members who died, and said she has not received answers.
“I feel bad, but I don’t know how to say anything because I don and I don�t know if it�s going to make a difference,” Vela told local media.
“It�s sad that this happened.
I feel bad for all of those people who lost their lives.
We are all still here and I want them to be okay, but it’s not just me.
I want everybody to have the peace that they deserve.”
In 2018, Atlants city council voted to establish a task force to look into the fire and identify who was responsible for the fire that destroyed so many homes and left so many people homeless.
According to a city press release, the task force will examine how to rebuild the community, where to start, and what steps to take to keep the residents safe.
However, a number of questions remain unanswered.
What is the fire department doing?
The task force has not released a timeline for when it will release the findings, but city council is hoping to hold a public hearing on the matter.
There have also been some concerns about the city�s relationship with the fire industry.
One member of the taskforce, who asked to remain anonymous, told the Orange County Register that the city could not afford to invest in the rebuilding effort because of the financial burden it would put on its own coffers.
Another member of staff, who was not allowed to speak to the press, said that while the city was trying to keep residents safe, it was unable to help those who lost money because the fire insurance was only paid out to homeowners who paid out of their own pockets.
Who is responsible for this fire?
There are many theories as to what sparked the fire at the Chicanos home.
Fire investigators said they believed it started on a fire extinguisher.
An arson investigator said that some people were responsible for starting the fire in the kitchen of a home that was already on fire.
Fire officials have not ruled out arson.
Why did people not call the emergency services?
Firefighters said they are unsure who started it.
Residents of Chico have also questioned why