All of the residents go home after forest fire in Germany

TREUENBRIETZEN – All residents evacuated due to a large forest fire in the German state of Brandenburg, could in the night from Saturday to Sunday again in their house to sleep. The fire is so under control that the evacuated villages Klausdorf and Tiefenbrunnen are released. Residents of a third evacuated village, Frohnsdorf, were Friday already home.

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The fire department has an area of about four hundred acres surrounded. Although the fire, as well as, stir up the fire again and again, says a spokeswoman of the region Potsdam-Mittelmark. It is expected that the fire department until Monday, busy with nablussen.

The fire broke Thursday. The bluswerkzaamheden were complicated by the presence of unexploded ordnance from the Second world War. If everything is off, researchers the cause find out. It is suspected that the fire was lit.

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