Citizens living close to the car park in Henne were asked to close doors and windows due to heavy smoke.
A car park in Henne on Jutland’s west coast was on fire on Tuesday, and residents in the area were urged to close both doors and windows due to heavy smoke.
Train operations in the area had also been stopped for a period, as the rails go close past the fire site, the South and Southern Jutland Police stated.
– We currently have a fire in a car warehouse in Henne. The beach road is blocked due to heavy smoke, the police wrote on Twitter, among other things.
Pictures from the site showed violent flames and black, heavy smoke billowing up from the building.
Around 1 p.m., police and firefighters were on the scene to gain control of the fire.
– The fire is in a large warehouse on the site, wrote the South and Southern Jutland Police.
The work focused in particular on preventing the fire from spreading to other buildings.
As trains run near the site and Henne Station is close by, train traffic was temporarily suspended. It was a train between Nørre Nebel and Dyreby.
Her Stationsby is located about 15 kilometers west of Varde.
Late in the afternoon, the police inform that the extinguishing is underway. Trains have again been allowed to pass the place.
/ ritzau /
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