A site in district XVIII in Budapest caught fire at Fáy street early on Saturday morning. Luckily, by six o’clock in the morning, the firefighters managed to control the flames, but the roof was still burning on hundreds of square meters.
According to the National Directorate General for Disaster Management (OKF) in the morning, plastic derivatives caught fire in one of the rooms of the 2000 m2, two-story building, Index wrote.
A total of 66 firefighters arrived at the scene with 22 vehicles at the early hours of Saturday at dawn.
Later, more units joined the action in district XVIII of Budapest. The building that caught fire was an industrial facility belonging to a former textile factory, an OKF spokesman said.
Fortunately, the firefighters have managed to entirely extinguish the fires by 11 A.M.
Another serious fire has also started later on Saturday, when firefighters were called to the Péterfy Sándor Hospital due to fire in the basement in district VII of Budapest.
According to Origo, unused objects caught fire in the basement in a small, 9 m2 room.
Luckily, the incident did not cause huge problems with inpatient care, only outpatients had to leave the building.
Fortunately, the fire has been successfully extinguished.
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