The investigation of the Mossos indicates that the origin of the fire in the car of the leader of the PP in Barcelona was accidental

The investigation opened by the Mossos for the fire this Saturday of the car of the president of the PP group in the Barcelona City Council, Joseph Bouindicates that the fire had an accidental origin and that it was not provoked.

Catalan police sources have confirmed to Agencia Efe that the investigations carried out to date indicate that the vehicle, which was a total loss, burned due to “fortuitous” causeswhich would coincide with the initial hypothesis of the Guardia Urbana.

The event took place this Saturday morning, after Bou parked his car on a street in the Horta district of Barcelona to participate in an event with affiliates.

Shortly after arriving, they called him to tell him his car was on fire in the place where he had left it parked, where the firefighters and the Guardia Urbana were already.

Bou lamented on social networks the vehicle fire, which he considered could be caused. “They just burned my car in Barcelona. I will wait for the police report, but I do announce that nothing will stop me from fulfilling my duty and my work,” the councilman said in a tweet.

Bou’s car fire occurred the same week in which the party had noted a “rebound” in threats that receives in councilor in the social networks.

The event unleashed a chain of messages of support and solidarity with Bou from various leaders and public officials of the PP.


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