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Explosion in Rome: building collapses. At least three injured, latest news – breaking latest news

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Explosion in Via Atteone in Rome

Rome, 14 September 2021 – Hours of anxiety a Roma where one building collapsed in via Atteone 136. The explosion – which took place on the fourth and last floor of the structure – was followed by a fire and then the collapse of the building. At least there would be three injured, while at the state sources on the spot report that they would not result missing. The causes of the deflagration, among the hypotheses those of a gas leak. This would at least emerge from the first assessments of the firefighters. Investigations by the Carabinieri of Tor Bella Monaca are underway.

The alarm in the operations room of the fire brigade arrived around 7.40, several teams and special units were immediately sent to the place. The provincial fire brigade commander also arrived on site. Gutted a wall of the apartment where the explosion took place, also involved the one next to it.

The injured

The three injured people are the owner of the apartment affected by the fire, who was burned and transported from 118 to the Sant’Eugenio hospital. It arrived in code red, but conscious. He bruised two people who were in the next apartment, affected by the shock wave and two people who were bruised who were in the next apartment, affected by the shock wave.

Italgas

An Italgas spokesperson said “that the gas distribution plants pertaining to the Company (networks and meters) are external to the house and are intact. the fire brigade to proceed to extinguish the flames safely “.

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