Mülheim: Violent fire near the motorway!  What residents should do now

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Mülheim: Violent fire near the motorway! What residents should do now

Mülheim: A waste disposal company is on fire in the Heißen district. (Symbol image)

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Mülheim. Big fire in Mülheim-Mean! A waste disposal company burned on Monday afternoon in Geitlingstrasse near the A40 – and the fire is still going on!

The residents in Mülheim should be careful now, according to the “WAZ”.

Mülheim: Local residents should do that because of the fire

On Monday afternoon, the fire brigade moved out around 3 p.m. – their destination: Geitlingstrasse in Mülheim-Heißen. There is a fire in an approximately 2,500 square meter warehouse of a waste disposal company – a large amount of household waste is on fire, according to the “WAZ”. In an interview with DER WESTEN, the Mülheim fire brigade stated that the fire brigade operation is still ongoing.

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Some facts about the city of Mülheim an der Ruhr:

  • was first mentioned in a document in 1093, and in 1808 town charter was granted
  • lies between Duisburg, Essen and Düsseldorf
  • has 170,632 inhabitants (as of December 2019), consists of nine districts in three districts
  • Mayor is Marc Buchholz (CDU)

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Residents should now be careful and close windows and doors due to strong smoke and odor nuisance. It is also advisable to turn off air conditioning and ventilation systems.

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So far there has also been one person injured: an employee of the waste disposal company was brought to the hospital with smoke inhalation. This was confirmed by the Mülheim fire brigade. >>> You can read more information about the fire in Mülheim-Heißen at the “WAZ”.


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