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A fire in a furniture factory at the Vesterballe in Fredericia have scored Sydøstjyllands Police to come up with a sirenevarsel over the area, which is located south of the highway E20 in the town of Fredericia.
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Sirenevarslet also covers parts of Middelfart on Fyn, as the smoke from the fire draws in over the city.
There is a fire on the Vesterballevej in Fredericia. Strong and probably toxic smoke from the. Keep yourself out of it and give space for the authorities ' work. More to follow #police.dk— SydøstjyllandsPoliti (@SydOjylPoliti) January 9, 2019
the Smoke from the fire is very strong, and probably toxic, which has led emergency management and the police to issue sirenevarslet.
- It is a møbefabrik, which burn, and the smoke contains many different things that we don't just know how to inform vagtchefen by Sydøstjyllands Police, Paul Lindhardt, to Ekstra Bladet.
FIRE IN the industrial building— TrekantområdetsBrand (@TrekantBrand) January 9, 2019
There is currently a greater slukningsindsats on Vesterballevej in Fredericia.@TrekantBrand is massively present in the area. the
Keep you on the distance of the field and out of the smoke, and give the state the opportunity to work. pic.twitter.com/H4z2Q2JK1X
Close to the burning furniture factory is a residential area, as the police started to evakurere.
- There is a large residential area down there, where there also live people with disabilities, which must be evacuated, says Jørn Lindhardt.