The Raid and the deminers intervened in the Bottière district, in Nantes, this Tuesday, in an apartment that could be trapped.
Part of the Bottière district, in Nantes, is cordoned off this Tuesday afternoon in Nantes. The Raid and the deminers intervene in a building at 2, rue Paul-Sabatier, for an apartment that could be trapped.
It was the social landlord Nantes Métropole Habitat which sounded the alert on Tuesday morning. While walking around this four-story building which is to be demolished, and where only three dwellings are still occupied, the agents discovered, in an apartment supposed to be empty, electrical wires made of kraft paper, which suggests that he could be trapped. Music was also on. They immediately closed the door and called the police.
First this Tuesday afternoon, a Raid team toured the building to evacuate the last inhabitants and, perhaps, find the person or people who entered this accommodation. It will then be the deminers’ turn to intervene.
During this intervention, trams and buses are cut off in the area, near the Souillarderie stop.
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