In Greece, over 70 people have died as uncontrollable wildfires swept through neighborhoods outside the capital Athens Tuesday. The blazes were the worst fires in more than a decade in Greece and come amid a month of deadly climate-fueled weather across the world. This is resident Nana Laganou.
Nana Laganou: “The fire was lightning-fast. We didn’t realize what had happened. We couldn’t. It was the first time I’ve ever seen something like this. But we made it. We were like a bee colony in the sea, everybody standing next to each other. I would have liked to see some response from the state, but we didn’t—and we won’t—and that makes me angry.”