After 39 hours, firefighters extinguished the hall fire in Zápe near Prague. Investigators begin to investigate the cause | iRADIO
Although there are no injuries, firefighters had to evacuate five people from nearby houses for several hours between Friday and Saturday. Dagmar Zemanová, spokeswoman for the fire department, said.
Investigators will begin investigating the cause of the fire on Sunday. “We handed over the place to the owners, who must provide 24-hour supervision, the firemen will come today and Monday to check,” said Zemanová on Sunday.
“The police are on the scene, we carried out a partial inspection on Saturday and it is documented by a drone, but only after the fire has been extinguished will a police handler with a specially trained dog be able to enter the scene and we can start taking further steps,” added police spokeswoman Vlasta Suchánková.
At the time of the highest degree on the night from Friday to Saturday, approximately 110 firefighters were on the scene. About 30 vehicles, including special equipment, also intervened. They set up a temporary gas station in Zápe. The highest, fourth level of alarm, which the firemen use on Saturday before 02.30 a.m. to the second, was announced. The structural engineer recommended demolishing the building.
The fourth level of alarm is declared by the fire department in the event of an emergency, for example, if a higher number of responding units is deployed. 30 vehicles and 17 units of professional and volunteer firefighters were used to extinguish the fire in Zápe, and the Prague fire brigade also helped. The chemical unit of the fire brigade from Kamenice was on site monitoring whether too many pollutants were leaking into the air. Firefighters did not find any harmful values.
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