What to do when you have an emergency and a house on fire?
The city of Villa Rica in Costa Rica is a paradise, so it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the resort has become the site of a major fire.
The fire was reported Wednesday morning at the Villa Rica hotel.
Costa Rica’s Ministry of Public Safety and Fire Protection said they are investigating the cause of the blaze.
Firefighters responded to the scene and took the hotel down, which is located in the resort’s villas apartment complex.
The hotel’s owner, the Italian company La Leche League, has since filed a claim for damages, according to a press release from the government.
Villa Rica, with its breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, is a popular destination for foreign tourists.
The resort is also a popular spot for vacationers.
The area around Villa Rica is one of the most densely populated areas in Costa Rico.
According to the Ministry of Social Development, the Villa Rico resort has seen an increase in tourists from all over the world in recent years.
This is a huge fire in Costa Ricos capital.
A villa fire is a major cause of death and injury in Costa Rican fires, according the Ministry.
The government said they were investigating the fire as a possible arson.
The Ministry of the Interior said in a statement that “the fire started from the roof of the villas residential complex.
Firefighting efforts are underway to bring it under control.”
The fire broke out in the Villas apartment building.
According the press release, firefighters responded and took it down, but it was not immediately clear what caused the fire.
Costa Rican authorities have been warning residents to stay in their homes, as they could lose their homes.
They have urged people to stay away from the area.
Villa Rico’s fire department has also issued a travel warning to residents.
The department said in the statement that residents are advised to avoid the area, as there could be “major fire damage.”
Costa Rica has a history of major wildfires.
In June, an active wildfire in the area of Bolsa de las Américas National Park, which was previously known as the Costa Rica Wildfire, killed more than 40 people.
In 2015, a fire broke into the Costa Rican National Museum and damaged it, and destroyed at least two buildings.
Costa Ricans living in the region also face significant threats from wildfires.
The National Park Authority has said that there have been more than 1,000 wildfires in Costa Rivas national park, and that at least 1,500 more fires have burned across the island since 2014.