An inspector from the Fire Prevention Department of the Guyana Fire Service testified during the Commission of Inquiry into the Mahdia Dormitory blaze. He revealed that the dormitory lacked the necessary fire prevention equipment, a conclusion he reached based on his analysis of the scene. Renata Burnette has more details in her report on this testimony from the fifth witness on Day Two of the inquiry.
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