because of a violent fire on the holdings (europe) ltd in Slangerup in north Zealand were residents in the area advised to stay indoors on Saturday afternoon.
It lit vagtchef at Nordsjællands Politi Expensive Sønnicksen.
"There is a fire in a building, and there is a dangerous fiber in the building's roof, which may disturb citizens in the area," he says.
To B. T., he tells, to the dangerous fibers in the roof is asbestos, and at high heat they can loosen and become airborne from the house, as vagtchefen describes as 'very overtændt'.
In the area around the holdings (europe) ltd is that on Saturday afternoon the east wind.
that was the message earlier in the afternoon.
But in an update from The Police, there is good news in the case of residents in the area.
"There is now so much track of the fire, that it is only the air in the house, that is dangerous to breathe. In the nearby areas is there not a danger the more," says vagtchefen.
"Asbestos can be airborne at high heat, but now it had chilled so much with foam, that it is only by the house, it is dangerous to breathe the air," explains vagtchefen.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 18:00