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A forest fire in Portugal caught several in their automobiles as the roadway essentially thawed. John Iadarola, Michael Shure, and also Mark Thompson, hosts of The Young Turks, review. Tell us what you assume in the comment section below.

" A surging woodland fire in main Portugal this weekend killed greater than 60 individuals, including at least 30 motorists that were trapped in their automobiles when the flames enveloped a stretch of road.

The fire, which was still shedding on Sunday mid-day, has brought "a measurement of human catastrophe that we can not bear in mind," Prime Minister António Costa said during a check out to the scorched location around Pedrógão Grande.

The preliminary dangerous blaze began on Saturday, and the flames spread out along 4 fronts with "wonderful physical violence," stated Jorge Gomes, the secretary of state for inner administration. By Sunday mid-day, 5 snake pits were raging in central Portugal, he said.

The casualty stood at 61, inning accordance with Lusa, the national information company. Authorities said they anticipated the toll to increase.

Half of the people killed passed away in their cars, Mr. Gomes verified, after being hemmed in by the flames while driving along a road with the densely forested location between Figueiró dos Vinhos as well as Castanheira de Pêra." *.

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47 comments

  1. Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

    I am so grateful that I have TYT as a news source. Corporate media are nothing but gate keepers.

    • Posted by Osvaldo Medina, at Reply

      no idiot, no muslim was killed.

    • Posted by SwissBliss, at Reply

      Just so you know, TYT provides opinions on news, not news.

    • Posted by Yiṣḥāq David, at Reply

      Well Jordan does real news. The rest they get fro news networks and their collaboration with Al Jazeera.

    • Posted by af dadE, at Reply

      +SwissBliss​ their tagline is literally : the number 1 online NEWS SHOW in the world.

      Your comment is nonsense

  2. Posted by PortugalReviews, at Reply

    This is very sad.
    Unfortunately no one is taking responsibility for this which makes everything worse

    • Posted by joaohumbg, at Reply

      Where has it been raining?

    • Posted by Bruno InSight, at Reply

      Im a fire figther up here in Viana do Castelo. We in high alert, but, theres been some rain across the district of Viana and Braga. Its been raining heavily further down south aswell..
      Its only the center of the country that has suffering the most, witch according to locals, seems to be usual.

    • Posted by joaohumbg, at Reply

      I had no idea. Here in Coimbra it’s been ridiculously dry. We had a few raindrops on Monday, but that was probably caused by the smoke.

  3. Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

    I blame Obama, HAARP & Chobani yogurt…

    • Posted by jxsilicon9, at Reply

      XIPHIASCDXX
      What about gay frogs?

    • Posted by Harry Bawls, at Reply

      jxsilicon9 yet being gay is still somehow a “choice” according to those people 🤷🏼

    • Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

      +jxsilicon9
      Yes, and Hillarys Emails

  4. Posted by Christopher Freitag, at Reply

    DRY lightening, record heat, this fire is a DIRECT RESULT OF CLIMATE CHANGE! WAKE UP SHEEPLE!

    • Posted by RARE non-normie left winger, at Reply

      Cause Rangers all over the world work to prevent fires. We now have helicopters dropping water very efficiently

    • Posted by Carlos Belo, at Reply

      Because we have a large portion of forest (abandoned) and ever so high eat waves… they day this all started there were place going for 44Cº in freaking June!

    • Posted by Twilight Gardens presentations, at Reply

      im pretty sure this counts as global warming…the road melted! these hot summers are our fault, i wish enough of us cared to make the needed changes within ourselves that it takes to Want to fix this ourselves… or will we sit and endure our punishment rather than correcting our behavior?!

  5. Posted by Steve Winsor, at Reply

    praying for you all there.

  6. Posted by Kevin Clements, at Reply

    How horrible, not a fun way to die…..that is just heartbreaking. My prayers & thoughts go out to those hurt by this.

  7. Posted by Chukwu, at Reply

    Notice how nobody in the comment section is complaining about why TYT hasn’t uploaded the video of the white terrorist mowing down people in a truck.
    I Wonder Why?

    • Posted by Priya K, at Reply

      Chukwu because All Lives Matter brigade likes to shut up when the lives belong to Muslims.

    • Posted by James Jacocks, at Reply

      Chuckwu. You’re a shill. Begone.

    • Posted by RogueBishop89, at Reply

      James Jacocks
      Man, what happened to quality trolling? You folks aren’t even trying anymore.

    • Posted by Denise Hauser, at Reply

      It took like an additional 28 minutes for them to post something about it. Lol almost feels like there reading these trolled comments.

  8. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    was Portugal going through a drought or something because that fire spread like crazy.

    • Posted by Smokin aces, at Reply

      Plus: It is because, of the Eucalyptus trees that are planted there for winning aromatic oil(Eucalyptol).
      Especially at temperatures over 30C/ 86F this oil is very flammable.

    • Posted by joaohumbg, at Reply

      The amount of eucalyptus is the main reason, and they’re everywhere in the country, not only around Pedrógão (where the fire happened), but we had very little rain in the winter, and because of that the soil was very dry. But there are other reasons: most importantly, the interior of the country is becoming less and less populated, and because of that the woods aren’t been cleaned by the people who live in the villages. Also, there has been quite a lot of defunding to the Nature Conservation Institute, which is responsible for fire prevention.

    • Posted by Osvaldo Medina, at Reply

      not much rain during winter and spring and from nowhere, very hot days. 40º+ (cent) here in Lisbon. More in some places.

    • Posted by Bruno InSight, at Reply

      There were two factor that brought this fire out of control.
      1-The wind was unusually strong and blowing in all the wrong directions in form of tornado’s. Also, the lightning storm caused many fires at the same time.
      2-All communications were cut off. Cellphones, Internet, satellite radios, GPS’s.. everything.
      No one could warn either populations or call emergency services. Entire villages populated with mostly elder people were on their own.
      Interestingly enough, most casualties were people trying to escape the fire. Those that stayed home stood better chances.

    • Posted by David Erif, at Reply

      A huge heat wave.

  9. Posted by bruno alves, at Reply

    I heard an interview of a woman telling how his son escaped this road, known in Portugal now as the “Death Road”.
    He couldnt see the front of his cr with the smoke so he blindly drove hitting the side f the road until he escaped the zone.

    You see at 2:33 this road and how it is on top of a hill, the fire coming from below both sides generate extreme heat and no escape. And as the cars crashed or melted their tires there was just no escape.
    I have no idea if this people were burned alive or not I hope the smoke got to them first.

    • Posted by Bruno InSight, at Reply

      Most would be unconscious before the fire touches them. There were two factor that brought this fire out of control.
      1-The wind was unusually strong and blowing in all the *wrong* directions in form of tornado’s.
      2-All communications were cut off. Cellphones, Internet, satellite radios, GPS’s.. everything.
      No one could warn either populations or call emergency services. Entire villages populated with mostly elder people were on their own.
      Interestingly enough, most casualties were people trying to escape the fire. Those that stayed home stood better chances.

  10. Posted by Jeff Duarte, at Reply

    Thank you TYT for covering this. I have family up there in Portugal near the fire. Some I haven’t heard back from yet.

    • Posted by Gifted Eyes, at Reply

      Jeff Duarte
      I hope they are OK

    • Posted by Nocturnalux, at Reply

      There is a number you call. I am in Portugal, I’ll gladly look it up for you.

  11. Posted by Whytebio, at Reply

    Awful way to die. Hats off and hearts out to those who lost loved ones.

  12. Posted by Nicole Nosolini, at Reply

    It’s crazy here in Portugal. The fire is still going #prayforportugal

    • Posted by Nocturnalux, at Reply

      Praying does absolutely nothing, donate money instead.

    • Posted by Bruno InSight, at Reply

      ..and the wildest thing is.. Its been raining and other parts of the country. But, not where we need it the most.

  13. Posted by brentkn smith, at Reply

    The number of forest fires have increased 400% in the past 30 years.

  14. Posted by mus5599, at Reply

    Note to self: do not live in the woods.

  15. Posted by Non Existent, at Reply

    must be horrible to be caged by a wood/ bush fire … there is no way out. prayers to the lost souls

  16. Posted by FungusMossGnosis, at Reply

    All of this would be solved if everyone went vegan.

  17. Posted by Josh White, at Reply

    Nobody deserves to die in a fire, if you die it should be quickly , not slowly suffocating and burning in fire and smoke

  18. Posted by Rawbeard, at Reply

    things like that are much funnier when they happen in the US.

  19. Posted by Brother Tree, at Reply

    Even michio kaku says the polar vortex will de stabilize as climate change increases

  20. Posted by João Nunes, at Reply

    part of the problem is due to badly forest management, and problems with comunications..