five fire brigade teams prevented the flames from reaching flammable oxygen and gas cylinders

five fire brigade teams prevented the flames from reaching flammable oxygen and gas cylinders
five fire brigade teams prevented the flames from reaching flammable oxygen and gas cylinders

Editorial board
05 June 2021 09:13

A fire of scrub on almost 4 hectares of uncultivated land, with flames licking the Walter Tosto. The Chieti firefighters who intervened yesterday to tame the fire that broke out in the afternoon in the industrial area of ​​the Scalo managed to avert the worst.

Five teams, two of which from Pescara and one from Ortona, together with a helicopter from the Pescara Fire Brigade’s Flight Department that carried out numerous water jumps, worked for hours near via Piaggio, managing to tame the flames .

The fire of scrub and uncultivated vegetation spread over about 4 hectares of land in the vicinity of a Walter Tosto factory, in via Grandi Achille. The alarm was raised around 4.30pm. The police are also on site.

The intervention prevented the spread of the fire inside the Wts7 plant, where there were oxygen cylinders and flammable gases that were removed to avoid exposure to heat.

There were no injuries, while some empty tanks deposited in the external area pertaining to the Wts 7 plant were damaged.

Now we are investigating to ascertain the causes of the fire.

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