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Residents nursing home evacuated after explosion: emergency services find shells and gunpowder in room resident
Drogenbos The assistentiewoningen of sheltered Palmyra in Drogenbos were Friday evening evacuated after several explosions that were accompanied by a raging fire. Both on the street and in the flat were shells found. The occupant of the affected home ran light injuries.

The two existing members of staff in the building were short for 23 hours, was startled by the fire alarm. “A next can then be checked where the problems are,” says director Mehdi Van Nuijs. “In this case, it appeared to be the case on the ground floor of the wing where our assisted living facilities are located. When the staff there broke down, they could have a something to observe, and without hesitation, all inhabitants were -34 in total - were evacuated and emergency services notified. Residents helped lend a hand.”

Medical emergency

The local police zones, Red and Dilbeek rushed to the spot, along with a whole bunch of teams from the Brussels fire brigade and the fire zone Vlaams-Brabant West. To the evacuation went smoothly was also the medical contingency plan promulgated thereby, a dozen ambulances of the fire brigade and the Red Cross on the spot came, along with various MOSQUITO-teams.

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