Fire breaks out at warehouse in Sevilla

Fire breaks out at warehouse in Sevilla

Fire breaks out at warehouse in Sevilla. Image: Junta de Andalucia

FIREFIGHTERS have been forced to come out to tackle a fire at a warehouse in Sevilla.

The fire, which took place this morning, Thursday, July 8, broke out in Dos Hermanas in Sevilla.

Emergency workers have been working from early this morning to extinguish a fire declared in an industrial warehouse in Dos Hermanas (Seville), as reported by Emergencies 1-1-2 Andalusia, a service attached to the Ministry of the Presidency, Public Administration and Interior of the Board.

The service received more than a dozen calls from individuals, the first of those around 6.50 am, reporting a fire in a warehouse in the Fuente del Rey Park, on Calle Adalid Domingo Perez. According to those who called the emergency service, it is a cardboard and wood warehouse.

The coordinating centre sent out the Dos Hermanas Firefighters, those of the Provincial Council, the Local Police, the National Police Corps and the Public Health Emergencies Company (EPES).  No injuries have been reported.

Officers from the Local Police sent out to the fire confirmed to 112 that the flames have spread to other neighbouring warehouses. The emergency services continues to work at the site.

The news comes after an eighty-year-old couple along with two police officers were hospitalised with smoke intoxication after a fire in Sevilla home

The fire reportedly broke out in a home, on Saturday 3, in the kitchen of an apartment in Calle Niebla, Los Remedios, in the province of Sevilla.

According to information published by Emergencias Sevilla, the fire occurred at just before 4pm on Saturday afternoon, with patrols of the Local Police, National Police, Sevilla Fire Brigade, and a 061 ambulance all being deployed to the address on Calle Niebla, after calls had been received from several neighbors informing of the fire in Andalucia.

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