on Sunday afternoon has more moviegoers got interrupted their movies in a dramatic way.
There is a fire in a popcornmaskine in the cinema Dagmar in central Copenhagen.
It informs the Capital's Preparedness, which has now gotten off the fire.
Before then it was the cinema evacuated, and people in biografsalene was brought out on the street in the middle of the films.
"Those who have been smoke, which is being attended to by the ambulance service. They have breathed in smoke from the popcornmaskinen, and we are now fanning out," says chief of naval operations at the Capital's Preparedness, Mads Graversen.
They went out Sunday afternoon with six vehicles.
Dagmar is located at Jernbanegade right by city hall square in Copenhagen and can be recognized on its big, bright neon sign on the facade.
It is one of Denmark's oldest cinemas, with a great historical importance.
During the occupation took the German wehrmacht in control of the cinema and used it as a cinema.
B. T. follows the case.
Updating...Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 17:00