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Due to a deadly fire in the city, Valencia’s La Liga match against Granada has been postponed.

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The scheduled La Liga match between Valencia and Granada has been rescheduled in the wake of a terrible fire that destroyed two apartment buildings in the Spanish city.

At least ten people tragically lost their lives in the fire, and rescue efforts are still ongoing for up to fifteen more people who may still be missing.

Held on Saturday at the Mestalla Stadium, Valencia expressed their deep sorrow over the tragedy and offered assistance to the emergency services if needed.

Valencia’s men’s, women’s, and academy teams observed a minute of mourning and flew half-mast flags throughout the club’s facilities today as a moving show of unity before their training sessions.

Fighting the fire in difficult conditions made worse by high winds, firefighters used cranes to save many of the inhabitants who were stranded on balconies

Despite the fact that the fire injured several people, including a toddler and six firefighters, their lives are thankfully not thought to be in danger.

Pedro Sanchez, the prime minister of Spain, took to X, the platform that was formerly known as Twitter, to express his profound dismay over the occurrence. He offered his solidarity to those who were impacted and praised the emergency personnel’s prompt response.

The quick spread of the fire has been attributed by experts to the presence of extremely combustible cladding, hence raising questions regarding building safety standards.

The Valencian area has observed a three-day period of mourning in response to this tragedy, which reflects the depressing atmosphere that has descended upon the city following this tragic incident.

Pictures of the massive fire in Valencia are a sobering reminder of how urgent it is to address fire safety protocols in residential structures all around the nation.

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