A fire broke out in the middle of the afternoon on March 5, in an underground car park on rue Paul Eluard, in Strasbourg-Hautepierre. The disaster was quickly brought under control, but the occupants of a nearby hotel were evacuated due to the smoke.
The fire broke out in the middle of the afternoon of March 5, on the second floor of an underground car park on rue Paul Eluard, in Strasbourg-Hautebert. This could be caused by a car parked there, which could catch fire.
Shortly after 4pm, SDIS67 (Bas-Rhin Fire and Rescue Service) provided the information in a tweet: “Fire in underground car park in Strasbourg, rue Paul Eluard. Several facilities operate in the Strasbourg Hautepierre sector. Avoid the area and facilitate emergency access.”
Fortunately, no injuries were reported. With the exception of the vehicle likely to be at the scene, all other vehicles have been preserved. On the other hand, smoke penetrated the outbuildings of one of the neighboring hotels, and as a precaution, its residents were evacuated.
Shortly after five in the evening, the fire was brought under control. It mobilized about thirty firefighters and seven emergency vehicles.
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