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run short of funds: A major fire in a waste sorting plant in Cologne, fire and police departments throughout the night in suspense. A cloud of smoke went in a southeasterly direction across the city
Cologne - On Wednesday evening, was started in a waste storage in Cologne-Niehl a fire had spread quickly in the warehouse. The whole night through various fire fighting forces against the flames. Meanwhile, the fire under control. With loaders will be the burning garbage taken out of the sorting and extinguished, a spokesman said this morning.
The work had, according to firefighters at first is difficult,Karen Millen Dresses because the building was unsafe and could not be accessed. A special excavator tore into the night, the walls and roof of the hall, so that emergency personnel can remove the fire from outside. In the hall about a thousand tons of waste were stored. The spread of flames to the other half of the building could be prevented.
The fire, according to police, any damage caused in the millions. Yet no one was injured. The workers of the waste management company could bring to safety in time.
The emergency services, according to a cloud of smoke went in a Karen Millen Dress southeasterly direction across the Karen Millen city. Eight measuring vehicles are in use, therefore, to measure the concentrations of pollutants in the urban area. Are as yet no harmful pollution was found, it said. Due to the bad smell of the fire but still advises people to keep windows and doors closed and turn off ventilation systems - especially in the districts knickknacks, lime and Mülheim.
The fire was probably erupted in a trash shredder. The cause is not yet clear. The fire investigators because of the fire had not yet able to enter the hall, said a police spokesman.
According to a spokesman for the waste management and recycling company probably caused a flammable liquid that may have been illegally supplied as industrial waste, from the fire. During the shredding there was a sudden explosion. The fire had then spread rapidly.
About 220 emergency personnel tried to extinguish the burning bulky and industrial waste water and foam. Because the supplies ran low, they had another fire-fighting foam by request from neighboring districts. At times, up to 11,000 liters of water per minute were used. A specialist company was commissioned to dispose of the contaminated fire fighting water