Large-scale operation in the apartment – radioactive danger turned out to be a lie

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Large-scale operation in the apartment – radioactive danger turned out to be a lie

Huge excitement on Saturday evening in Linz: In a small fire in his apartment, the 30-year-old owner declared that he had stored hazardous substances in his four walls. This led to a large-scale operation lasting several hours, in which everything eventually turned out differently.

At around 7:30 p.m., a laundry basket caught fire in an apartment in Linz on Saturday. When the alarmed fire brigade arrived, the apartment owner (30) stated that he had stored hazardous substances in his apartment and in the basement. This warning led to a large-scale operation.

expert casserole
Several police patrols, organs familiar with hazardous substances, explosives experts, radiation detectors, a police dog patrol, an expert from Upper Austria, the professional fire brigade Linz and the Red Cross rushed to the scene. They examined the apartment for explosive or radioactive substances, among other things.

Road closed
Due to the unclear situation, the immediate vicinity – Linzer Gruberstraße between Unterer Donaulände and Lederergasse – was closed to vehicles and pedestrians.

But no danger
The large-scale operation lasted several hours until it turned out that there were no explosive substances in the house and there was never any danger for the residents. The apartment owner apparently invented the danger. He was hospitalized.

Source: Krone

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