In particular, a 1,000m2 warehouse containing paint and aerosols caught fire in Longwick (C -te d’Or) on Tuesday evening, according to France Blue Barcon. Firefighters were able to control the fire.
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On Tuesday evening, October 5, a fire broke out at an aerosol warehouse in the Longwick area near Dijon (C -te d’Ivoire). France Blue Bargon Report. The fire started at 7.15pm at the site of the Barcon Recycling Company, located near Raffinaris du Midi. Several explosions were heard by residents. Dense black smoke was visible all around.
The burning 1,000m2 warehouse is one of the company’s nine sites. In particular, according to the province of C -te d’Ivoire, there are ten tons of paint, three tons of acids and bases, three to four tons of hydraulic oils and 800 kg of aerosols.
With the intervention of firefighters the fire was able to control the spread. By 9 p.m., the risk of spreading to nearby buildings was ruled out. For now, the cause of the incident is unknown. No one was injured, according to France Blue Barclays. Firefighters are urging people to avoid the area.
It is noted in the province that managing the fire led to a strong flow of water. They are caught by the warehouse’s retention floor. They will then be processed to avoid any danger to the population.
Significant smoke leaving the industrial site does not reach homes, the province promises, but they are monitored by emergency services. However, state services require residents to keep windows closed and restrict exit around the site while waiting for an assessment of smoke toxicity.
For its part, France Blue Borgon claims that the SNCF ensures that there is no impact on the operation of its trains in C -te d’Ivoire.
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