Due to the El Nino conditions, there has been a significant increase in grass and rubbish fires reported to the Guyana Fire Service, with the count reaching 1,511 for the year. The public is now being cautioned against igniting fires, as they will be held accountable for any resulting damages. Renata Burnette provides further details in her report.
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