The blaze, that has ripped by a wooded, alpine area of La Palma, one of a lesser-known islands of a Spanish archipelago off a seashore of Africa, claimed a life of a park ranger shortly after it was started on Wednesday.
Around 2,500 people have been evacuated from their homes to shun a fire, that a 27-year-old told military he had sparked accidentally.
“The chairman suspected of carrying annoyed a glow on a island of La Palma, Scott Verdini Stump, will be remanded in custody,” pronounced a orator for a Canaries’ High Court, Gonzalo Perez Ponferrada.
He pronounced a think was “being investigated for causing a timberland glow by sum negligence”.
More than 350 people have been battling a glow around a clock.
A dozen helicopters and planes have also been dropping H2O above a influenced area that continues to burn.
Married father-of-five Francisco Jose Santana died battling a abandon overnight on Wednesday.