on Tuesday evening was firefighters fight a fire in a villa in the Randers district Vorup. The fire has claimed one person's life, illuminating the east Jutland Police.
There is probably a 82-year-old man who lives in the house, writes the police on Twitter.
fire in the townhouse on the Bojesvej in Randers is under control, but work is still on-site. Unfortunately, we have found a indbrændt person in the house, which we suspect is the 82 year-old man who lives in the townhouse. Also killed the man's dog in the fire.#politidk— east Jutland Police (@OjylPoliti) January 8, 2019
Who came earlier in the evening, the tall flames up through the hustaget. Around five fire engines and 12 firefighters have since struggled to get the fire under control.
the Extra Leaf has at 22.15-time, has been in contact with the east Jutland Police, who did not want to comment on the matter.
But Niels Henrik Nielsen, who is indsatsleder at the Preparedness and Safety, confirms to TV2 Østjylland, that the fire department has been working on the site in a few hours.
- We are on the Bojesvej, and when we land out here is a fairly large house quite overtændt, he says.
the Fire department was summoned at 20.26 of concerned neighbors who had spotted the flames. Out in the evening, the fire has come under control, says the effort the leader:
- Right now we have the fire under control and are in time with efterslukningen out here. There is no danger of spreading further, but people do like to be a little out of røgbanen, says Niels Henrik Nielsen.
It is still uncertain why the fire occurred.