the Plans for the evacuation of biografgæster in the Dagmar Bio was far from sufficient, since a fire broke out in a popcorn machine the 1. december.
It has biografgæsten Peter Bratberg Jensen written in a complaint to the cinema and its owner, Nordisk Film, after he and her boyfriend were evacuated out of a cinema hall after the fire.
It tells TV2-Lorry.
Peter Bratberg Jensen has several criticisms.
In the first place, does he think it is crazy that he could sit in the cinema and hear brandbilernes sirens in a long time, before he was evacuated out of the cinema.
It should have happened much earlier.
Nor does the path was sound, he writes, according to TV2 Lorry in its complaint.
When Peter Bratbjerg Jensen and his girlfriend tried to leave the cinema during the evacuation, ran the several locked doors. The escape route was also the hassle of rubble, as they had to fight through.
"Had the fire been larger, had it gone completely wrong. There was no track on fire safety. It is absolutely reprehensible, and I hope the event today will have consequences internally in your organisation and the way In ensuring your guests ' safety," he writes, according to TV2 Lorry in the letter.
the Cinema's management denies that they have traded criticism in connection with the evacuation.
the Staff at the cinema had turned off the fire in the popcornmaskinen, when the fire department came, and therefore they have no need for an evacuation. It was only when the fire department was on the spot, that the cinema got the message to evacuate, says ceo of Nordisk Film Cinemas Casper Bonavent to the Lorry.
Regarding the bad brandvej out of the halls slider Nordisk Film criticism on to Dagmarhus, as the cinema is located in.
Scandinavian Movies do not think they have been informed about a new escape route of the Dagmarhus.
however, It is something "nonsense", says the owner of Dagmarhus Claus Hildebrandt. According to him, the Nordic Film well aware of the escape routes out of their cinemas, writes TV2 Lorry.
He regrets, however, the rubble that distressed flugtruten.
"It is clear that my artisans have to clean up, so their stuff does not stand helter-skelter. The clean-up from my side could have been better," says Claus Hildebrandt to TV2 Lorry.Date Of Update: 13 December 2019, 16:00