"A fire broke out on a bus on one of the shipping company Scandlines ferries in the port in the German Rostock. 40 people could take themselves out of the smoke-filled bus and the driver managed to put the fire out with a fire extinguisher."
"No man injured in fire on tyres on Sunday morning, but several passengers are critical to how the fire safety work."
"– Many tried to turn on the fire alarm, but no one in the crew acted, " says the passenger Jörgen Gustafsson to the Expressen."
"Annemarie Zinck, presstalesperson for Scandlines, says that the fire alarm worked as it should."
"– It is a silent alarm that goes directly up to the captain's cabin which is always staffed. Passengers do not hear the signal, but while the fire was going on had the alarm reached the staff, " she says to the newspaper."
"For the passengers, it was certainly dramatic, but everything has gone according to the procedures, she adds."
"Fire in an electrical cabinet on the bus started when the ferry from Gedser added in Rostock and the passengers went on the bus."