Thursday, October 22, 2015

Firefighters battle 5th suspected arson at Swedish refugee shelters in 2 weeks

Via sauced07

A firefighter works to extinguish a fire that broke out early in the morning at an accommodation for asylum seekers, near Munkedal in Sweden October 20, 2015. © Adam Ihse / TT News Agency
 
Gee, such a shame...............

Firefighters in southern Sweden have doused the flames at yet another temporary facility for refugees and migrants. The fifth in a series of suspected arson attacks in the last two weeks comes despite tight security and secrecy over their locations. 
 
Teams from three fire stations have been deployed to extinguish the blaze at a former retirement home in Oderljunga, being prepared to become a temporary asylum for refugees, The Local reports.

The fire alarm at the facility went off at about 2:40 a.m. local time, regional newspaper Sydsvenskan reported.

The firefighters were able to put out fire almost immediately and save the building, which suffered only slight damage from the water that was poured on it and the smell of smoke that saturated the installation.

More @ RT

12 comments:

  1. looks like someone is advising of where to have bbqs....good.

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  2. "Suspected arson".......HA!

    ".......despite tight security and secrecy over their locations." They might as well just go ahead and announce it on the news every day, for all the good it'll do them. Enough of the folks in the right places are ticked and keeping it quiet just ain't gonna happen.

    'What part of NO don't you understand' is what this is about: the dog is just growling right now....ripping off body parts is next.

    Central Alabamaian

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  3. I hope they didn't spend a lot of money on the attack, because it appears that the refugees will burn it down themselves shortly after they arrive

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  4. This works much better if you figure out which roads to block. Where are the closest first responders? How long will it take them to get there? Which route will they take?
    A couple of downed trees across the road or a half dozen burning tires in the road will stop or slow them sufficiently. And the campfire can then do it's work........just sayin.
    Red in OleVirginny

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  5. We should find out who was involved and treat 'em to a few racks of ribs and beer. Or whatever they hell they eat over there.

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