From Antonio Banderas and David Bisbal to Tamara Falcó, the reactions of celebrities to the Valencia fire: “Shocking”

The fire in the 14-story building in the Campanar neighborhood in Valencia, which broke out on February 22 at around half past five in the afternoon, has left four people dead according to the emergency services. As of early this Friday, the figures are provisional due to the impossibility of accessing the interior of the building at the moment. Between 9 and 15 people remain unaccounted for by their families. The images and human damage have left an entire country shocked. We collect some of the reactions of familiar faces.

Antonio Banderas wrote this Thursday: “What a shocking fire today in Valencia. All my support to those affected and great work that the health, emergency and extinguishing teams continue to do at this moment.”

David Bisbal launched on X, the old Twitter: “With deep sadness I see the flames consuming the buildings of Valencia. My thoughts are with all those who are being affected by this devastating fire. A big hug to the brave people of Valencia these difficult moments”.

Tamara Falcófor his part, participated like every Thursday in the gathering of The Anthill and he had no words to talk about what happened, so he gave the floor to his companions. Cristina Pardo, Juan del Val y Nuria Roca. In addition to the victims, they also focused on “the number of neighbors who have lost everything, this afternoon, who have been left with absolutely nothing,” said Pardo. Del Val also thanked the firefighters for their admirable work: “You have to keep them square.” Pablo Motos He highlighted: “These types of things underline once again that life changes in a second. We are very fragile. We must celebrate every second of existence and love ourselves more.”

On Instagram, Roca also wrote: “The heart in a fist. All the courage and strength in the world to cope with this terrible situation to the family and friends of the victims. The uncertainty of the missing. The grief of the neighbors who have lost everything. I to the entire Ciutat de València that is in pain.”

Political representatives also transmitted their messages. “Dismayed at the terrible fire in a building in Valencia. I have just spoken with President Carlos Mazón and Mayor María José Catalá to learn first-hand about the situation and offer all the help that is necessary. I want to convey my solidarity to all the affected people and the recognition of all the emergency personnel already deployed at the scene,” he wrote Pedro Sanchez around 7:30 p.m.

Alberto Núñez Feijóofor his part, wrote this morning: “I remain in permanent contact with President Carlos Mazón and Mayor María José Catalá to learn about the evolution of the Valencia fire. All the support to so many professionals who are giving their best themselves to minimize the tragedy as much as possible.