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Seven nonnetjes evacuated after fire in monastery in Blankenberge
Blankenberge In Blankenberge Tuesday morning seven nonnetjes evacuated from the monastery after a fire was caused in one of the rooms. The emergency services rushed to the spot and had the situation quickly under control. One nun was taken to the hospital for control.

The fire began just after 6 hours in the back of the Karmelklooster on the Koning Albert I-laan. According to the initial findings caused an electrical fire on the ground floor the fire. The fire brigade came on the spot and had the situation fortunately under control. In particular, there is a lot of rookschade in the building.

“The seven nonnetjes were given temporary shelter in the office of the commissioner,” says politiewoordvoerder Philip Denoyette. “One person had to be transferred to the hospital to check.” The nuns were given to the police breakfast with coffee to of the horror to obtain. The damage would be all in all relatively limited.

There had to be a lot of time ventilated. In principle, the nonnetjes in the course of the day to the monastery. During the bluswerken was the Albert I-laan is closed for traffic in the direction of Zeebrugge, but by the early hours caused little to no discomfort.

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