Firefighters found a body in Csepel during a fire

Firefighters found a body in Csepel during a fire

Almost all of a twenty-five-square-foot apartment with a kitchenette burned down.

The signal for the disaster protection arrived around 8 pm on Saturday night, according to which a house had caught fire in Popieluszko Street, Csepel, in the twenty-first district of Budapest, writes Dániel Mukics in a statement sent to our editorial office.

According to a spokesman for the Disaster Management, six firefighters marched to the scene in a vehicle where one of the apartments in a five-apartment townhouse was on fire. The twenty-five-square-foot apartment with an in-room kitchen burned almost entirely, with firefighters putting out the flames in a matter of minutes. A corpse was found during vaccination. Due to the rapid intervention of the firefighters, the flames did not spread to the other apartments in the townhouse.

The exact time, place and cause of the fire will be revealed by a fire investigation initiated by the disaster management.

Disaster Management draws attention to the fact that most tragic apartment fires do not suffer from flames but from toxic smoke. To avoid such cases, it is advisable to get a smoke detector at home that will be mounted on the ceiling in the middle of the room at the very beginning of a fire when there is still time to act.

Source: Népszava by

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