According to a news agency report in Greece, the fire burned close to Fygia where some neighbourhoods had to be evacuated as the fire coasted towards Marmari while authorities made plans to evacuate people.
Forty-six firefighters with the aid of twenty fire engines, and an aeroplane spilling water on the fire battled with the raging flames.
The fire broke out early on Monday in the southern side of Evia Island barely two weeks after a wildfire ravaged the northern side.
There had been an announcement on Sunday by authorities meant to offer civil protection that many places in Greece had a high tendency of fire outbreak on Monday.
Three people have died so far as a result of the fires that have razed the Evia islands, Rhodes, forests in the southeastern and northern side of Athens, and some areas in Peloponnese.
The Greek government has been able to avoid any human casualties during wildfires due to the digital method of governance that has taken charge since the pandemic period.
This has afforded the government be able to disseminate emergency texts to civilians in case of evacuation before disasters.
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However, the government is facing wide criticisms for insufficient firefighters since most of the people battling the fires are usually volunteers.
The country is experiencing the most intense heatwave in decades and the government is finding this to be the major fault of the insistent fire disaster.
Experts are giving a heads up regarding constant fire outbreaks in Greece because of drastic climate change.
The European Forest Information System, claim that there has been a loss of an estimate of a hundred thousand hectares of land to the intense fires happens to be marked as the biggest loss of land since the year 2007.