It's BIM time: Fire in New York, Macron in Nice on security and weather alert in the South West

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At least 19 dead in building fire in the Bronx in New York

The results are terrible. At least people, including nine children, died on Sunday and Sixty were injured in the terrible accidental building fire in the Bronx, in New York . Victims were found “on each floor” of this building which has them , smoke rising to the top of the building. The fire started because of an auxiliary heater in a duplex apartment on the 2nd and 3rd floors, according to firefighters. Arrived very quickly on the spot at the beginning of the afternoon, the new mayor of New York, Eric Adams, deplored “one of the worst fires” in the recent history of the megalopolis of nine million inhabitants.

Ciotti will boycott Macron’s security visit this Monday in Nice

Unsurprisingly, Eric Ciotti will not roll out the red carpet for Emmanuel Macron, visiting this Monday at Nice on the theme of security. The LR deputy of the Alpes-Maritimes and lieutenant of Valérie Pécresse even takes advantage of this presidential trip to his constituency, which he will boycott, to accuse, in Le Figaro, the Head of State of “leaving the French a Clockwork Orange “. Castigating “a safe Waterloo” when discussing the president’s record, Eric Ciotti does not forget either tackle his best enemy Christian Estrosi, mayor of Nice, described as “Macron’s first zealot”.

Five departments of the South-West placed in red vigilance by Météo -France

In terms of the sky, the situation is not improving in the Pyrenees. Météo-France has even raised the level of its alerts in the South West. After the passage of Pyrénées-Atlantiques and Landes in red for flood risks, the public establishment placed the on Sunday evening Hautes-Pyrénées , the Haute-Garonne , the Ariège and the Pyrénées-Atlantiques in maximum rain-flood vigilance. In other departments, you should also pay attention: the Gers , the North and Aisne are on orange alert for flood risks, and the Pyrénées-Orientales are also in orange for avalanches, just like Andorra.